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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



RAILROAD G0JWIWISSI0J1 



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STATE OF FLORIDA. 



MARCH 1. 1898. 



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FLORIDA STATE U8RAJ* 1 



FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



RAILROAD GOJVIlVIISSIOfl 



OF THE 



STATE OF FLORIDA. 



MARCH 1. 1898. 



Jacksonville. Fin. 
The H. * w. B. Drew Company, 

1898. 



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Report of the Railroad Commission. 



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Office <>f tiik Railroad Commission. 
State of Florida. 

Tallahassee, March i. tffiiK 

To flic Honorable II'. D. IHojIkiiii. Governor of Florida : 

Sir — In compliance with the requirements of Section 
16 of the act creating the Railroad Commission of Flor- 
ida, approved May .s. ix'.i". we have the honor to submit 
this, our first annual report 

Said section provides as follows : "It shall be the 
duty of the Commissioners, by the first day of March in 
every year to make to the Governor annual reports of 
the transactions of their office, ami to recommend from 
time to time such legislation us they may deem advisable 
under the provisions of the' act." 

Organization of th* Commission. 

The Commission organized at Tallahassee on July 1. 
1897, elected a chairman, and Mr. John L. Neeley was 
made secretary. On the sixth of said month the Com- 
mission ordered that a letter, of which the following is 
a copy, be addressed to each of the railroad companies 
doing business in the State of Florida: 

Please furnish the Commission with three copies each of local 
joint and through freight tariffs, including vegetable, orange, straw- 
berry, special and commodity rates, together with sneli classifica- 
tions as are now in effect mid used bj your railroad.. Onrobjecl in 
making this request is that we may ascertain what the charges uf 
your road are for transportation of freights, passengers and car* 
thereon. An early compliance is requested. 



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Willi's, Regulation* ami Kali's Aili>|i(i-il. 

Section M of the Railroad Commission Law pro- 
vides, ••Thai said Commissioners snail make and furnish 
in each railroad corporation doing business in this State, 
as goon .is practicable, a printed schedule of just and 
reasonable rates and charges for transportation of 
freights, passengers, and ears on its railroad or railroads 
under its control or management." 

And it further provides, "That the said Commis- 
sioners before revising, fixing, adopting or allowing any 
such schedule, or prescribing any such rules or regula- 
tions, shall give public notice of their intended action, in 
such newspapers and for sucb time as shall be deemed 
fair and advisable by said Commissioners to all railroad 
corporations to be affected, and to the public generally, 
of the times and places of their meetings, and all rail- 
road corporations and persons interested shall be entitled 
to a just and fair hearing before said Commissioners."' 

In obedience to said provisions of the law. the Conli- 
missiouers had published in certain newspapers, the fol- 
lowing notice: 

OFFICE OF Raiumaii Commission, 

StaTK or Kl.olilllA, 

'I'm. i. aii ISSEE, .Inly 26. IHil". 

In accordance with the Railroad Commission Law of the State 
of Florida, approved May s, 1897, tin- undersigned, tin* Railroad Com- 
missioners of said State, have made certain schedules, rates, rules 
and regulation!*, which the; propose and intend to revise and adopt 
for the government of the transportation of freights, passengers anil 
cars, on the railroads in saiil State. 

Now. therefore, Notice is hereby given to all railroad eorpora- 
t ions doing business, wholly or in part, in said Slate and to the public 
generally, that said Kail road Commissioners, before revising, fixing, 
adopting or allowing Said Schedules, rates, rules and regulations, will 
hold a meeting for the consideration of tin' same at Tallahassee on 
Wednesday, the 2BCh day of August, 1897, at 9 o'clock a. at. All rail- 
road corporations and persons interested will be entitled to a 

hearing. 

K. II. M. Davibsox, 

II. B. 1'AV. 

.1. M. Bryan, 

Commissioners. 



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Pursuant to the foregoing notice, the Commission 

met at its office on the 25th day of August, aud on that 
day and the day ensuing representatives of the following 
railroad companies appeared and were heard, to-wit: The 
Florida Central <& Peninsular, the Jacksonville, Tampa 
& Key West, the Plant System of Railways, the Florida 
East Coast, the Louisville & Nashville, the Carrabelle, 
Tallahassee & Georgia, anil the Yellow River Railroad. 

The representatives of the companies moved, because 
of the importance of the matter and the voluminous 
nature of the schedules, rates, rules and regidations 
proposed to he adopted by the Commission, that they he 
allowed thirty days' further time to consider the same 
and to prepare and present object ions thereto, if they 
desired so to do. 

After hearing argument on the same, the Commission 
made the following order: 

"The motion of the representatives of the railroads, 
asking for further time to consider the schedules, rates, 
rules and regulations, and to prepare and present objec- 
tions thereto, if they desire so to do, having been consid- 
ered. 

•'It is ordered, by the Commission. That the represent- 
atives of the railroads, and all other persons interested, 
shall have for the purposes aforesaid until i:'M) o'clock 
p. m.. on Monday, the 40th day of September next."' 

On that day. the Commission being in session, tin 
representatives of the railroads heretofore mentioned. 
also a representative of the Georgia Southern & Florida, 
and .Judge G. 1'. Raney, in behalf of the Palatka Hoard 
of Trade, and Genera] VY. II. Milton, in behalf of the 
citizens of Marianna. appeared and addressed the Com 
mission. 

pj Tin' consideration of the matter was continued day 

after day until September -Uk when the Commission 

^~ adopted the rules and regulations and the schedule of 

rates which are set forth in the appendix hereto, ami 

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Ordered that the same go into effect on November 1, 1897. 
(See Appendix.) 

Printed copies of the above-mentioned rules and reg- 
ulations and schedule of rates were furnished to each 
railroad corporation doing business in the State as soon 
as practicable after their adoption, as the law requires: 

Sessions of the Commission Klsewlicve Than at 
Tallahassee. 

The statute creating the Railroad Commission pro- 
vides that "The office of said Commissioners shall he at 
the Capital at Tallahassee, but they may hold sessions 
anywhere in the State at their discretion."' 

By virtue of this authority, and for the purpose of 
accommodating all persons interested, so far as they 
could, the Commissioners caused to be published the 
following notice: 

Okkk'k or Haii.uo\i> Commission. 

•State of Florida, 

Tai.i.aiiaskkk. November 20, IK'»7. 
Km- the convenience of shippers and other persons interested who 
desire to be heard by the Railroad Commission of the State of 
Florida , sessions of said Commission will be held at the following 
times and places, to-wit: 

Palatka Tuesday. December 7, ISO". 

Orlando Wednesday, " s. " 

Kissimmee Thursday, " 8, " 

Bartow Friday, " 10, " 

Arcadia. .. Saturday. " II, " 

Tampa Monday, " 13, " 

I'lanl City ... Tuesday. " H, " 

Leesburg . .Wednesday. " 15, " 

Ocala '.Thursday, " 1«, " 

Ireher ... Friday, •• 17, " 

Gainesville Saturday, •' Is, " 

Mieanopy Monday, " it), " 

High Springs . . Tuesday. " 21, " 

Lake Cily Wednesday, " 22, " 

I;. II. M. DAVIDSON. 
II K.DAY. 
J,M\ BRYAN. 

Commissioners. 



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The Commission met at the times and places men- 
tioned in the foregoing notice; and during the month of 
February, in accordance with a similar notice, sessions 
were held at the following-named places: St. Augustine. 
Daytona. Titus ville. Eden. West Palm Beach. Lemon 
City and Cocoanut Grove. 

The most of these meetings were well attended by 
growers and shippers, and it is the intention of the Com- 
mission to hold meetings at an early date at places west 
of the Apalachicola River and elsewhere in the State. 

Petition lor Increase of Commission's Rates. 

On November %&, a communication was received 

from Mr. D. F. Jack. Freight Traffic Manager of the 
Plant System, of which the following is a copy: 

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\li.i.<cs. /,'. //. M . ihiriiimiii, i 'hairmmt . ./"" 1/. Hrynn, II. I'. Day, Com- 
mittgitmerx, TaHahri$*ei . Flu.: 

Genti.icmen — The undersigned, representing I lie I'liml System of 
Railways, respectfully suggests Unit the reductions in the rates on 
freight traffic us recently promulgated l»y your honorable body for 
the use of the different lines comprising this System do not permit 
the roads of the System to earn operating expenses, and earnest!] 
urge that a suitable increase he allowed, and to that end. that your 
honorable Board "ill fix an early (lute for a hearing on this subject. 

In the meantime, we would call your attention to the injurious 
effect which the application of the continuous mileage tariff will have 
on the various lines operated by the Plant System, and especially in 
\ii-w of the present depressed condition of business and thecousc- 
<|iicnt light movement of traffic between point-; in Florida. 

In illustration of the effect of I he standard tariff, we would state 
that this makes a reduction between points on the S.. F. & W. and 
Charlotte Harbor Division of the Florida Southern Railroad of from 

twenty to fifty per It, notwithstanding the bid that the operating 

expenses of the said Charlotte Harbor Division under the rates 
formerly in effect exceeded the gross earnings. Similar reductions 
have been made to and from points on the si. Cloud Sugar Bell. 
Florida Southern (main line). St. .Johns & Lake Rust is Railway, 
and Sanford iv: St. Petersburg Railroad, none of which divisions have, 
daring recent years, been able to enrn opcr.it illg expenses. 

It will be readily seen that if these lines were unable i" earn 
expenses with the former rates that the effect of these reductions 



would be disastrous j and we would, therefore, respectfully petition 

your honorable body to give the subject of inleitlivision rates imme- 
diate consideration and authorize an increase of twenty percent 
above the standard tariff on interdivision traffic to or from points on 
the following divisions, viz: 

Florida Southern. Railroad ; 

St. John's iV; Lake Kustis Railway : 

Sanford & St. Petersburg Railroad : 

St. Cloud Sugar Belt ; 

Tampa & Thonotosassa Railroad ; 

Winston & Bone Valley Railroad. 

The percentage of increase asked for will not enable us to charge 
the rates formerly in effect, but we are willing to give these rates a 
fair trial, and if, upon further investigation, it is found that addi- 
tional increases are necessary, applications will be made setting forth 
our reasons therefor. 

It is not the desire of the Plant System to embarrass the Com- 
mission by petitions other than those which are absolutely necessary. 
and SUCh requests as are presented will 1m- made, as in this case, only 

after t he most serious isidcr.-ilion. 

Respectfully submitted, 

l>. k. Jack, 

Freight Traffic Manager. 

The Commission, complying with the request of the 

Plant System, made publication that a hearing of its 
application for an increase of rates would he had at Tal- 
lahassee on the l.itli of January, lsus. 

An earlier day for a hearing would have been 
appointed, hut for the absence of the Commissioners 
from Tallahassee on official business several weeks in 
the month of December. 

Subsequently, at the request of the Plant System. 
and for good cause shown, the day for a hearing was 
postponed until the 20th of .January. In the meantime, 
many letters and petitions from citizens residing in I In 
southern part of the State were received, protesting 
against the increase of rates asked for by Mr. .hick, as 
Freight Traffic Manager. 

On the 19th of January. Mr. Jack wired the Commis- 
sion as follows: "I understand Presidents Florida South- 
ern Railway and Sanford & St. Petersburg Railroad are 



going to apply to the Commissionfor abolition of Rule No. 

1 as to those roads, so as to put rates hack on said roads 
where they were prior to establishment of Commission. 
For this reason we withdraw our application for 2t) per 
cent increase between divisions." 

The request for the withdrawal of the application 
was granted. No application for the abrogation of Kule 
No. I of the Commission lias yet been made. 

Complaints of Palatka Board of Trade. 

On the 8th of .January, the Palatka Board of Trade. 
by its attorney, filed in the office of the Commission a 
complaint against each of the following-named railroads: 
The Florida East Coast, the Plant System, and the. Jack- 
sonville. Tampa <fc Key West. 

The complainant alleged that said railroads were vio- 
lating the rules and regulations prescribed by bhe Coin- 
mission for the transportation of persons and property 
by railroad companies in the State of Florida in that 
they were making "an unjust, wrongful anil unlawful 
discrimination against the locality and community of the 
city of Palatka." and prayed that the Commission take 
action to compel them to desist from such violation. 

Notice of the riling of the complaints were promptly 
served on the agents of said railroads, and answers 
thereto were duly made and filed by them. 

The institution «>f these oases, was a renewal of the 
old controversy, which had heretofore prevailed for sev- 
eral years, and which caused BO much friction between 
the people of that section of the State ami the railroads 
It was before the former Commission of the State, hut a 
satisfactory settlement of it was never reached. 

Final hearings of tin- eases have not been had. ami 
they are yet, pending, hut they have been carefully con- 
sidered by the Commission, and it is believed that a 
solution of the controversy, alike satisfactory t., both in- 
terests, and which will prevent future trouble, has been 
attained. 



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Revision of Hales. 

Intricate and difficult, indeed, is the matter of rail- 
road transportation, and the duty of prescribing rules 
and regulations and fixing and revising rates is arduous 
and responsible. It has been the desire of the'Commis- 
sion from its organization to give to the people as low- 
rates as possible, and at the same time to be fair and just 
to the railroad companies. 

While endeavoring to accomplish this object, the 
Commission deemed it wise to proceed cautiously in fix- 
ing rates, and to fix and adopt only such as were "just 
and reasonable." and that would be so adjudged by the 
courts if it should become necessary to appeal to them. 

The policy of the Commission is to acknowledge and 
respect the rights of the people and the corporations, to 
reconcile their differences so far as it can, to seek to 
advance the prosperity of both, and thereby to promote 
the welfare of Florida. 

The rales and rates prescribed by the Commission, 

and which became effective November 1. l.H'.C did not 
make many changes in the rates charged by the roads 
previous to that date. They reduced rates on vegetables, 
oranges and lemons, and required the roads, in applying 
their schedule of freight rates, to charge one local instead 
of the sums of locals (See Rule No. I, in Appendix.) 

The Commission, believing that a revision of its rates 
and exception sheet.. and a further reduction of freight 
charges, might be made without injustice to the rail- 
roads, had published early in January the usual notice 
that a meeting of the Commission for the purposes above 
mentioned WOUW be held ;it Tallahassee on the "i»!th day 
of said month. 

Accordingly, on that day, the Commission met. and 
representatives of the following railroads appeared and 
were heard, to-wit: The Florida Central & Peninsular: 
the Plant, System: the Jacksonville. Tampa and Key 
West; the Florida East Coast: the Louisville &' Nash- 
ville: the Georgia Southern & Florida, and the Carra- 
belle. Tallahassee & Georgia Railroad. 



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The proposed revision and changes «>f the rules and 
rates' of the Commission were considered, and Circular 
No. 1 and Rate Issue No. 'I were adopted and ordered to 
go into effect on March 1. 1898. Further time for the 
consideration of passenger rates was allowed. 

Subsequently, on February 1st, 1898, the Commission 
adopted its Amended Classification and Exception Sheet, 
and the same became effective on March 1 . 

(For Circular No. 1. Rate Issue No. 2, and Amended 
Classification and Exception Sheet, see Appendix.) 

Passenger Hairs. 

Thoughtful attention has been given to the important 

matter of passenger rates. 

A reduction from i> to 4 cents per mile has been made 
on parts of several loads. Another meeting for the con- 
sideration <<f the subject will be held at an early day. 

Kx press Company. 

The Commission has found that there is great com- 
plaint on the part of growers and shippers against the 

charges of the Express Company for the transportation 
of fruits and vegetables. 

As fully l.i percent of this business is interstate 
traffic, the Commission lias no power to control these 
charges, not even to the extent of complaining to the 
Interstate Commerce Commission, tor that Commission. 
among its first decisions held that express business con- 
ducted by an independent organization acquiring trans- 
portation rights by contract, were not described in the 
act with sufficient precision to warrant the Commission 
in taking jurisdiction thereof. 

What the Railroad Commission of Florida has been 
unable to do by authority of any specific law has been 
done in a measure by arbitration with the management 
of the Southern Express Company. 

In December. 18!i?. this Company issued a new tariff 
on fruits and vegetables which, by changing the classifi- 
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that date. After much correspondence and several con- 
ferences with the traffic manager and superintendents of 
the company the Commission induced them to restore 
the old rates on these commodities to some hut not all of 
tlic points named in their rate sheet, anil in some cases 
(0 out their increased rates 50 per cent, which still left 
them higher than those in effect prior to Decemher. 1807. 
In explanation of their increase in rates, particularly 
tn points in adjoining States, the officers claimed they 
bad been carrying a l;>rge proportion of this business at 
a loss and below the rates paid by them to the railroads. 
ami have shown to the Commission, in several instances. 
that their old rates were even less than the railroad 
freight rates to the same points. 

Work ol lilt' Commission. 

In making rates for the roads in the State, the Com- 
mission adopted the straight mileage basis as being the 

fairest manner of computing charges for the transporta- 
tion of freights. This system was in use on some of the 
roads at the time the Commission was organized, but on 
others their lines were in divisions, and double rates were 
charged on freights going from points on one division to 
points on another. 

By putting all roads, under the same control or man- 
agement, on a straight mileage basis as is provided for in 
Rule No. 1 of the Kulesand Regulations of the Commission, 
the injustice to shippers of paying two or more freights 
on the same line of road was corrected and it was made 
possible for them to exchange commodities sit reasonable 
rates. 

The reduction of :j cents per box on vegetables and 4 
cents per box on oranges, which has been made by the 
Commission, will, it is estimated, save to the growers 
and shippers for the season of 1897-98, from thirty to forty 
thousand dollars. 

There is widespread complaint against the transpor- 
tation companies for excessive rates of freight on fruits 
aud vegetables to Eastern and Western markets. Many 



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growers contend that these rates art- destroying the 
important industry in which they are engaged. There is 
no question that this complaint is not well founded, but 
the remedy is not in the power of the State Commission 
from the fact that it has no control over rates beyond the 
limits of the State or interstate rates. The Commission 
will continue its efforts to show to the railroads thai 
proper reductions should he made and that the great 
industry of fruit and vegetable growing should be pro- 
tected by rates sufficiently low to enable both producers 
and transportation lines to get a fair return for their 
labor. The Commission has reason to hope that it will 
succeed to such an extent as to remove at least a part 
of the causes for the above-mentioned complaint. 

Shortly after the Commission began its work it ascer- 
tained that some of the roads in the State had adopted 
the differential of 4 cents per 1 on pounds higher on L.C.L. 
shipments than on carloads, as contended for by the 
Southern Wholesale Grocers' Association. This was a 
great injustice to the small dealer and consumer, and as 
soon as the matter was brought to the attention of the 
( 'oininissioii it endeavored to cause the roads to Withdraw 
this differential, and after a while succeeded in doing so. 
and thereby saved, it is believed, to the patrons of one 
line of road only, not less than $8,000 per annum. This 
matter was subsequently before the Commission of Ala- 
bama, and the roads of that State were ordered to dis- 
continue the use of this differential and it is claimed that 
it will result in a saving of about 1800,000 annually to the 
citizens of the State. The Georgia Commission has now 
the same question under consideration. 

Complaints. 

All complaints against the express and railroad com- 
panies for overcharges, which the Commission has been 

requested to adjust, excepting a very small number, 
have been paid without unnecessary delay. 

In all matters the Commission has been met with 
courtesy and frankness by the officers of the companies. 



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ami they have manifested a willingness to make conces- 
sions in rates where they could < I < > so without loss, and 
have furnished sufficient evidence to convince the Com- 
mission of their good faith. 

tteCOIDIIH'lHliltiollS. 

The Legislature <>f the state will not convene in reg- 
ular session until April, 1899. The Commissioners there- 
tore think it best to defer any recommendations as to the 
legislation they may deem advisable until their next 
report. 

Contents of Appendix. 

Railroad Commission Law. 1K<)T. 

Kate Issue No. 1. — Rates. Rules and Regulations 
Go verniag the Transportation of Passengersand Freights 
on the Railroads in Florida. 

Kate Issue No. 2.— Local Fruit ami Vegetable Tariff , 
and Circulars No. I and •.'. 

Classification No. i and Exception Sheet -Amended. 

Rides of Practice in Cases anil Proceedings Before 
the Commission. 

Mileage of Railroads in Florida. 

Financial Statement of Railroads. 

Expense Account of Commission. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servants. 

R. H. M. DAVIDSON. Chairman. 
H. E. DAY. 
3. M. BRYAN, 

( 'onnnissioners. 



APPENDIX 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



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FLORIDA 



MARCH 1. 1898. 



Railroad Commission Law, 1897. 



An Act in Provide fur the Regulation of Railroad Schedules, Freights, 
Express, Sleeping Cm- ami Passenger Tariffs, and Building of 
Freight and Passenger Depots in this State; to Prevent Unjust 
Discrimination in the Bates Charged fur the Transportation of 
Passengers and Freight, and to Prohibit Railroad Companies, 
Corporal ions. Persons and all Common Carriers in this Rtate 
from Charging Otlier than .lust and Reasonable Rates, and to 
Enforce the Same, and to Prescribe a Mode of Proeedure, and 
Rules of Evidence in Relation Thereto; and to Provide for the 

Appointment and Election of Co issioners, and to Prescribe 

Their Dirties and Powers. 

Be it KiKulctl hi/ the Legislature, of the State of Florida: 

Section I. That there shall lie three commissioners 
appointed by the Governor, by ami with the advice and 
consent of the Senate, to carry out the provisions of tins 
act, of whom one shall be learned in law ami one of 
experience in the railway business, and the other shall be 
engaged in agricultural pursuits. The commissioners so 
appointed shall hold office until the first Tuesday after 
the' first Monday in January. 18'.)0. and until their suc- 
cessors are elected and qualified. At the general election 
for State officers in 1898 the three commissioners shall be 
elected, without regard to vocation, by the qualified 
electors of this State at the time and places of voting for 
members of the Legislature, one of whom shall he 
elected for the term of two years, and the other two each 
for the term of four years. After the first election such 
commissioners shall be elected by the qualified electors 
of this State, at the time and places of voting for mem- 
bers of the Legislature, for a term of tour years. The 
commissioners appointed or elected as hereinbefore pro- 
vided, shall elect one of their own nmnher as chairman. 



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and a majority of such commissioners shall constitute a 
quorum for the transaction of business. 

The salary of each commissioner shall be$2,SO0 per 

aununi. to he paid quarterly from the Treasury of the 
Stale and their actual railroad fare while performing 
tln-ir duties. 

The Governor shall have the same power to remove, 
suspend or appoint to fill vacancies in the office of com- 
missioners as in other offices. 

The commissioners hereinbefore provided for shall 
not jointly or severally, or in any way. he the holders of 
any railroad stock or bonds, or be the agent or employe 
of any railroad company, or have any interest in any 
way in any railroad during his term of office, and shall 
subscribe to the following oath: "1 do solemnly swear 
(or affirm) that 1 will 'support, protect and defend the 
( '■ institution and Government of the United States and of 
the Slate of Florida: that I am qualified to hold office 
under the Constitution of the State, and that I will well 
and faithfully perform the duties of Railroad Commis- 
sioner, on which I am now about to enter; that I am not 
a stockholder in any railroad or freight transportation 
company, nor in any way directly or indirectly in the 
employment of, or engaged in the management of, any 
railroad or transportation company, so help me God." 

En case any commissioner should in any way become 
disqualified be shall at once remove such disqualification 
or resign, and upon his failure to do so he shall be sus- 
pended from office by tlie Governor and dealt with as 
hereinbefore provided. 

Sec "2. Said commissioners may employ a secretary or 
clerk al a salary of $1,200 per annum. The office of said 
commissioners shall be at the Capital at Tallahassee, but 
they may hold sessions anywhere in the State at their 
discretion, and all sums of money authorized to be paid 
by this aet out of the State Treasury shall be paid only on 
the order of the Comptroller, countersigned by Hie Gov- 
ernor, not exceeding the sum of $15,000 per annum. 



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Sec 3. That from and after the taking effect of this 
act, if any railroad company organized, or that maybe 
hereafter organized, or exist in this State under any act 
of incorporation or general law of this State now in force. 
or which may hereafter be enacted, or any railroad com- 
pany organized, or which may be hereafter organ i zed 
under the laws of any other State, and doing business in 
this State, shall charge, collect, demand or receive more 
than a fair or reasonable rate of toll or compensation for 
the transportation of passengers or freight of any descrip- 
tion, or for the use and transportation of any railroad 
car upon its track, or any of its branches thereof, or upon 
any railroad within this State which it has the right, 
license or permission to use. operate or control, the same. 
upon conviction thereof shall he dealt with as herein- 
after provided. 

Sbc. 4. That if any railroad company as aforesaid 
shall make any unjust discrimination in its rates or 
charges of toll or compensation for the transportation 
of passengers or freights of any description, or for the 
use and transportation of any railroad car upon said 
road, or upon any of the branches thereof, or upon any 
railroad or Steamship lines connected therewith, which 
it has the right, license or permission to operate, use or 
control within this State, the same shall be deemed guilty 
of violating the provisions of this act, and, upon convic- 
tion thereof, shall be dealt with as hereinafter provided. 

Skc. 5. The provisions of this chapter shall apply to 
the transportation of passengers and property, and to the 
receiving, delivery, storage and handling of propert] 
wholly within this Slate, and shall apply to all railroad 
corporations and railroad companies engaged in this 
State in the transportation of passengers or property by 
railroads therein from any point within this State to any 
point within this State. The term "railroad." as used in 
this act. shall include all hridges and ferries used or op- 
erated in connection with any railroad operated wholly 
or in part within this State, and also all the road in use 
by any corporation, receiver, trustee or other person op- 



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■ •rating a railroad, whether operated under any contract, 
agreement, least* or otherwise, and the terms "railroad 
corporatio'n" or "railroad company," as used in this act. 
shall he deemed and taken to mean all corporations or 
individuals, express companies and sleeping-ear compa- 
nies included, now owning or operating, or which may 
hereafter own or operate any railroad in whole or in part 
in this State, and the provisions of this act shall apply to 
all pei sous, firms and companies, and to all associations 
of persons, whether incorporated or otherwise, that shall 
do business as common carriers upon any of the lines of 
railroads in this State (street railroads excepted), the 
same as to railroad corporations hereinbefore mentioned. 
Si:c. r>. That said commissioners shall make reason- 
able and just rates of freight and passenger tariff to be 
observed by all railroad companies and all others engaged 
as common carriers doing business in this State over 
their respective lines or connecting lines; shall make rea- 
sonable and just regulations for the observance of the 
same as to charges at any and all points for the necessary 
handling and delivery of all kinds of freight and trans- 
portation of passengers, and for the prevention of any 
unjust discrimination in connection therewith: shall 
make reasonable and just rates of charges for the use 
and transportation of all kinds of railroad cars, convey- 
ing all kinds of freight to and from any and all points in 
this State: shall have the power to make reasonable and 
just joint rates for all connecting railroads doing business 
in this State, as to all traffic or business passing from one 
of said railroads to another, and to require the establish- 
ing of such freight and passenger depots as the conditions 
of the road, safety and convenience of passengers and 
prompt delivery of freight, and most convenient transfer 
of passengers and freight may justify, and for the estab- 
lishing of such schedules for the arrival and departure of 
all trains at such depots as public comfort and conven- 
ience may require, and shall have power to regulate 
interchange of traffic between railroads, also to regulate 
the charges for storage, wharfage, demurrage and ter- 



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initial facilities, and to regulate and direct the use and 
charges for use of refrigerator cars, icing, etc., in transit, 
and to direct and control all other matters pertaining to 
railroads that shall he for the good of the public: Pro- 
vided, however, That before applying- joint rates to roads 
not under joint management and control, the commis- 
sioners shall give :30 days' notice to the owners, operators 
or lessees of said road of the joint rate contemplated, 
and of its divisions of the same, and give hearing to 
roads desiring to object to such rates, and shall make 
just and reasonable rules and regulations for the observ- 
ance of all railroad companies operating said road to 
prevent the giving or paying of any bonus or rebate, or 
devices of any description used by said company, directly 
or indirectly, for the purpose of deceiving or misleading 
the public as to the actual rates charged: Provided. That 
the said commissioners shall have the power to create 
rating or basing points at places where competing lines 
of railroads meet, or where water or other competition 
exists, and to break the continuity of rates to and from 
such points, so as to maintain competition between rival 
lines and points, and may. in fixing the rate upon any 
commodity, take into consideration the competition be- 
tween different localities or shipping points producing or 
shipping'such commodity. 

Sf.c. 7. It shall be the duty of the Railroad Commis- 
sion of Florida to investigate thoroughly all through 
freight rates from points out of Florida to points in 
Florida, both those now fixed and those that may here- 
after be fixed. Whenever said Railroad Commission 
finds that a through rate charged into or out of Florida 
is in their opinion excessive or unreasonable or discrimi- 
nating in its nature, it shall be the duty of said Commis- 
sion to call the attention of the railroad officials in 
Florida to the fact, and to urge upon them the propriety 
of changing such rate or rates. Whenever such are not 
changed according to the suggestions of the Railroad 
Commission, it shall be the duty of the Commission to 
present the facts, whenever it can be done, to the Inter- 



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state Commerce Commission and appeal to it for relief. 
In all work devolving upon the Railroad Commission 
prescribed by this act, they shall receive upon application 
the services of the Attorney-General of the State, and 
he shall also represent them, whenever called upon to do 
so. before the Interstate Commerce Commission. 

Sec. S. That said commissioners shall make and 
furnish to each railroad corporation doing business in 
this State as soon as practicable a printed schedule of 
just and reasonable rates, and charges for transportation 
of freights, passengers and cars on its railroad or rail- 
roads under its control or management, and such sched- 
ules shall in all suits brought against any railroad corpo- 
ration, wherein is involved the rates of any such railroad 
corporation for the transportation of freight of any de- 
scription, or charges for the transportation or use of any 
kind of car upon the tracks of any railroad or any of the 
branches thereof, or for the transportation of any passen- 
ger or passengers, or for any unjust discrimination in 
relation thereto, be deemed and taken in all courts of this 
Stote as prima facie evidence that the rates fixed in said 
schedule are just and reasonable rates of charges for .the 
transportation of freight, cars and passengers upon the. 
railroads, and said commissioners shall, as often as cir- 
cumstances may require, change and revise any schedule 
or schedules and furnish all railroad companies doing 
business in this State with a copy of such changes ami 
revisions, which said schedules as changed and revised 
shall contain due notice of the time the same shall go 
into effect, shall be published in some newspaper of gen- 
eral State circulation for four consecutive weeks, copies 
of such publication mailed to the operators or lessees of 
all railroads in this State affected by the said schedules 
and to the office of said commissioners, together with a 
certificate of the publisher thereof, which proof of said 
notice shall be deemed and taken in all courts of this 
State as prima facie evidence that ample and sufficient 
notice that such schedules, changes and revisions have 
been furnished in compliance with the provisions of this 



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act Said commissioners shall furnish to all of said rail- 
road corporations notice for the building of such freight 
and passenger depots, and of such changes of schedules 
for the arrival and departure of all trains on said roads 
as may in the judgment of the commissioners be required 
to secure reasonably close connections for the ecu 
venienee and comfort <>f the public, and all courts in this 
State shall only require proof that such notices were duly 
served. Said commissioners in-revising, fixing, allowing 
or adopting any schedule of rates for freights or cars 
■shall not discriminate unreasonably or unjustly in favor 
of any one class of freight to the detriment of other 
classes of freight. The railroad companies affected shall 
furnish at their own cost and shall put in conspicuous 
places the schedules, rate sheets, etc.. adopted by the 
commissioners according to the rules and regulations 
made by said commissioners. All the rules and regula- 
tions made and prescribed by said commissioners for the 
transportation of persons and property on the railroads 
subject to the provisions of this act. or to prevent unjusl 
discrimination or other abuses by them, shall be deemed 
and held to be prima facie reasonable and just and are 
made prima facie evidence in the same manner the said 
schedules are made prima facie evidence. The said com- 
missioners before revising, fixing, adopting or allowing 
any such schedule, or prescribing any such rules or regu- 
lations, shall give public notice of their intended action 
in such newspapers and for such time as shall be deemed 
fair and advisable by said commissioners to all railroad 
corporations to be affected, and to the public generally, 
of the times and places of their meetings, and all railroad 
corporations and persons interested shall be entitled to a 
just and fair hearing before said commissioners, and 
whenever any. full schedule shall have been made, 
changed or revised, adopted or allowed, or any rule or 
regulation prescribed as aforesaid, the commissioners 
shall in every instance give the date on which the same 
shall go into effect: Provided. That said date shall not 



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be Less than 3d days from the time of the making, chang- 
ing or revising of the schedules. 

Sec !). It shall he the duty of said commissioners to 
investigate the books and papers of all railroad com- 
panies doing business in this State, to ascertain if the 
rules and regulations aforesaid have been complied with, 
and to make personal visitation of railroad offices, 
stations and other places of business for the purpose of 
examination, and to make roles and regulations concern- 
ing such examinations, which rules and regulations shall 
be observed and obeyed as the other rules and regula- 
tions aforesaid. Said commissioners shall have full 
power and authority to examine all agents and employes 
of said railroads and other persons under oath or other- 
wise in order to procure the necessary information to 
make just and reasonable rates of freight and passenger 
tariffs, and to ascertain if such rules and regulations arc 
1. 1 iserved or violated, and to make necessary and proper 
rules and regulations concerning such examinations, 
which rules and regulations shall be obeyed and enforced 
as other rules and regulations provided for in this act. 

Sec. 10. Every railroad company incorporated or 
doing business in this state, or which shall hereafter be- 
come incorporated or do business under any general or 
special laws of this State, shall, on or before the first day 
of September. lS'.t;. and annually thereafter on or before 
the first day of August, transmit to the office of the 
Railroad Commissioners a full and true statement under 
oath of the proper officers of said corporation, of the 
affairs of the corporation as tin- same existed on the first 
.las of the preceding July, specifying; 1st. The amount 
of capital stock subscribed, the number of shares and 
the par value thereof, lid. The names of the owners of 
its stock, the amount owned by them respectively, and 
the residence of each stockholder as far as known. 3d, 
The amount of stock paid in and by whom. 4th. The 
amount of assets ami liabilities. Sth. The names and 
places of residence of its officers. 6th. The amount of 
funded or bonded debt. 7th. The amount of float- 



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ing debt. 8th. The estimated value <>f the roadbed, 
including iron and bridges. 9th. The estimated value 
of rolling stock. 10th. The estimated value of sta- 
tions, buildings and fixtures. 1 1th. The estimated value 
of other property. 121^1. The length of single track oil 
main line. 13th. The length of double track on main 
line. 14th. The length of branches, stating whether 
they have single or double track. 15th. The aggregate 
length of siding and other tracks above enumerated. 
l'illi. The number of tons of through freight carried 
during the year preceding the making of the report 
17tb. The number of tons of local freight carried during 
the same time. 18th. The monthly earnings for the 
transportation of passengers during the same time. 
19th. The monthly earnings for the transportation of 
freight daring; the same time. 20th. The amount of ex- 
penses incurred in running and management of passen- 
ger trains, in the running and management of freight 
trains and in the running and management of mixed 
trains during the same time. 21st. The expenses incurred 
in the running and management of the road, including 
the salaries of officers for the same time, which shall he 
reported separately. 824 The amount expended for re- 
pairs, including maintenance of roadway, repairs and 
removal of bridges, ties and iron. 2Hd, The amount 
expended for other improvements not included in the last 
subdivision. 24th. The amount expended for motive 
power, cars, station houses and all other buildings and 
fixtures, including all other expenditures in the manage- 
ment and running of said road. 25th. The rate of fare 
for passengers for each month during the same time, 
through and way passengers separately. 26th. The 
tariff of freights, showing the change of tariff, if any. 
during the same time. 27th. A copy of each published 
rate of fare for passengers and tariffs of freights issued 
for the government of its agents during the same time, 
and whether the rate of fare and tariff of freights in 
such published list are the same as those actually 
received by the company, and, if not, what were received. 



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28tfa, What express companies run on its roads and on 
what terms and conditions, and the kind of business done 
by them. 29th. What freight and transportation com- 
panies run on its roads anil on what terms, and whether 
such freight and transportation companies use the cars 
of the railroad company or cars furnished by themselves. 
30th. Whether the freight of ears of such transportation 
companies are given any preference in speed or order of 
transportation, and. if so. what ? ;ilst. Number of free 
passes issued during same time and to whom. 3sScL What 
running arrangements it has with other railroad com- 
panies. 33d. What amount of land was granted to them 
by the State and United States; How much of said land 
has already been actually conveyed by deed. How 
much land is still due them. How much land has been 
sold and what has been the gross receipts from such sales 
of land since granted by the State and United States, and 
answer such additional interrogatories as such commis- 
sioners may make and propound to the said railroad 
companies: and this section shall apply to the president. 
directors and general officers of every railroad company 
now existing, or which shall hereafter be organized ami 
exist in this State, and to every lessee, manager or oper- 
ator of any railroad within this Stale. 

SBC II. That all contracts and agreements (includ- 
ing receipts on bills of lading) between any and all rail- 
road companies doing business in this State as to rates of 
freight and passenger tariffs, use ami transportation of 
cars shall be submitted to said Railroad Commissioners 
for inspection and correction, that it may be ascertained 
as to whether or not they are reasonable and just and 
will insure prompt delivery ,,f freights and passengers to 
points of destination, or the violation of any section of 
this art. and said commissioners shall have power to 
revise ami correct the same, ami to make such rules and 
regulations in accordance therewith as they may deem 
necessary, which said rules and regulations shall be 
observed and obeyed by said railroad companies as other 
rules and regulations of this act. and any such agreement 



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not approved by .said commissioners shall be deemed 
illegal and void. 

Sue. 18. If any railroad company doing business in 
this State by its agents or employes shall be guilty of a 
violation or disregard of any of the rates, schedules or 
rules and regulations provided and prescribed by saiil 
commissioners, and if after due notice of such violation 
or disregard served on any general or local agent thereof. 
ample and full recompense for the wrong or injury done 
thereby to any person or corporation, as may be directed 
by the said commissioners, shall not be made within :;»> 
days from the time of such notice, or shall neglect or 
refuse to comply with any rates, schedules or regulations 
so violated, or shall neglect or refuse to desist from the 
violation thereof, after notice as aforesaid, such company 
shall incur a penalty for each offense of not less than one 
hundred dollars and not more than five thousand dollars, 
to be recovered by an action in the name of the State of 
Florida, which shall lie in any county in the State where 
such violation or disregard has occurred. The commis- 
sioners shall institute such action through the Attorney- 
General or State Attorney, or by special counsel em- 
ployed by the commissioners, the fees of which special 
counsel shall he fixed by the commissioners as may seem 
to them reasonable and just. 

Sec. 13. If any railroad company doing business in 
this State shall, in violation or disregard of any rule or 
regulation provided by the commissioners aforesaid, 
inflict any wrong or injury on any person, such person 
shall have right of action and recovery for such wrong 
or injury in the county where the same was dime in any 
court having jurisdiction thereof, and the damages to be 
recovered shall be the same as in an action between indi- 
viduals, and if any railroad company shall discriminate 
by way of rebate or otherwise, directly or indirectly, in 
favor of any consignor or consignee of freights within 
this State, allowing him a reduction of the rates fixed by 
said commissioners as reasonable and just, any other 
consignor or consignee within this State shall have a 



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as 

rij^ht of action against the said railroad company, and 
the amount of his damages shall be fixed by a jury, 
unless a jury shall he waived, and the measure of dam- 
ages shall be such sum or sums of money as will fairly 
represent the injury done to said last mentioned con- 
signor or consignee. But in all cases demand in writing 
on said railroad company shall be made for the money 
damages sustained before suit is brought for recovery 
under this section, and no suit shall be brought until the 
expiration of 30 days after such demand, and all suits 
under tin's act shall be brought within twelve months 
after the commission of the alleged wrong or injury. 

SEC, 14 In all cases under the provisions of this act 
the rides of evidence shall be the same as in civil actions 
except as hereinbefore otherwise provided. All fines 
recovered under the provisions of this act shall be paid 
into the State treasury, to be used for such purpose as 
may be provided by law. The remedies hereby given 
the person injured shall be regarded as cumulative to the 
remedies now given by law against railroad corporations, 
mid this act shall not be construed as repealing any 
statute giving such remedies. 

Sec. 16. That all railroad companies in this State 
shall upon demand issue duplicate freight receipts to all 
shippers of freight, in which shall be stated the class or 
classes of freight shipped, freight charges over the rail- 
road issuing such receipt, and ;is far as practicable shall 
slate the charges upon the same over the connecting 
roads transporting such freight; and in all cases the rail- 
road receiving such freight shipped shall be held in all 
I he courts of this State as responsible for the prompt and 
safe delivery of same to its point of destination within a 
reasonable time required for its transportation, which 
reasonable length of time shall be determined after due 
investigation by said Railroad Commissioners. When 
the consignee of such freight presents the railroad receipt 
to the agent of the railroad last transporting said freight 
such agent shall deliver the articles shipped upon the 
payment of the rates charged for the class of freight as 



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stipulated in said railroad receipt. If any railroad com- 
pany shall violate this section of this act, it shall incur a 
penalty to be determined as provided for in section l .' of 
this act. 

Sec. 16. It shall be the duty of the commissioners by 
the first day of March in every year to make to the Gov- 
ernor annual reports of the transactions of their office, 
and to recommend from time to time such legislation as 
they may deem advisable under the provisions of this act. 

Sec. 17. Said Railroad Commissioners in making any 
examination for the purpose of obtaining information 
pursuant to this act. shall have power to issue subpoenas 
for the attendance of witnesses by such rules as they 
may prescribe, and such witnesses shall receive for such 
attendance same fees and mileage as now allowed wit- 
nesses by law. to be ordered paid by the Governor upon 
presentation of subpoenas, sworn to by the witnesses as 
to the number of days served anil miles traveled before 
the clerk of said commissioners, who is hereby author- 
ized to administer oaths. In case any person shall refuse 
or willfully tail to obey such subpoena, it shall he the 
duty of the county judge of any county, or any judge of 
a circuit court, Upon application of said commissioners. 
to issue an attachment for such witness and compel him 
to attend before the commissioners and give his testi- 
mony upon such matters as shall be lawfully required by 
such commissioners, and said court shall have power to 
punish for contempt as in other cases of refusal to obey 
the order and process of said court. In making any 
investigations or examinations pursuant to this or any 
other section of this act. each Railroad Commissioner is 
hereby empowered to administer oaths or affirmations, 
and in such examinations or investigations no person 
called upon to testify shall be excused from answering 
on the ground or claim that his testimony would tend to 
criminate himself, but such testimony shall not be used 
against him in any criminal proceeding. The said com- 
missioners are hereby authorized in their discretion to 
appoint any one of their number to make any such hives- 



30 

tigations or examinations outside of their office anywhere 
in tin's State, and such member in making such investi- 
gation "i examination is hereby invested with the same 
power as the full board woulu have. The oommisioner 
so appointed shall report to a full board the result of his 
investigation. The secretary of said Railroad Commis- 
sion is hereby authorized to serve any suhpo-na. notice 
or other process or other paper issued by the commis- 
sioners and required by them to be personally served, 
and it shall be the duties of the sheriffs in the different 
counties in this State to make such service when required 
by the commissioners, said secretary and sheriffs to be 
paid l he same fees as are allowed the latter by law for 
similar services. 

Sec. is. Every officer, agent or employe >>f any rail- 
road company who shall willfully refuse to make and 
furnish any report required by the commissioners as 
necessary to the purposes of this act. or who shall will- 
fully and unlawfully hinder, delay or obstruct said com- 
missioners in the discharge of their duties imposed upon 
them shall forfeit and pay a sum of not less than one 
hundred dollars nor more than five thousand dollars for 
each offense, to be recovered in an action ol" debt in the 
name of (he State. 

Sec. 19. Nothing in this act shall prevent the com- 
mon earner subject thereto from the carriage, storage or 
handling of property free or at reduced rates for chari- 
table purposes, or to and from fairs and expositions for 
exhibition thereat, or free carriage of destitute ami 
homeless persons transported by charitable societies, and 
the necessary agents employed in Buch transportation, or 
the issuance of mileage, excursion or commutation, or 
round-trip passenger tickets, or from giving reduced 
rates to ministers of religion, or from giving free passes 
to their own officers or employes, or to prevent the prin- 
cipal officers of any railroad company or companies from 
exchanging passes or tickets with other railroad com- 
panies for their officers and employes, or free passes or 
reduced rates to persons in charge of live stock shipped 



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from the point of shipment to destination and return, or 
from issuing second-class tickets at a lower rate of fare 
than for first-class tickets, for the holders of which 
second-class tickets so issued second-class accommoda- 
tions shall be furnished. 

Sec. 20. It shall he the duty of all common carriers 
subject to the provisions of this act to make to the Hail- 
road Commissioners annually, at such time as said com- 
missioners shall designate, and according to such tonus 
as said commissioners shall prescribe, annual reports for 
the current year ending .rune 343 immediately preceding, 
which shall contain a statement of the organization, cap- 
italization, traffic earnings and such other matters con- 
nected with their organization ami operations as said 
commissioners shall require, which said report shall he 
verified by affidavits of the principal officers thereof, ami 
I lie said commissioners shall tabulate and compile said 
annual reports and include them in their annual report 
to the Governor. 

Sec. 31. Said commissioners may. at their discretion. 
direct the Attorney-General or state Attorney to insti- 
tute proper proceedings before the courts in the name- of 
the State by mandamus, injunction <>r otherwise, against 
any common carrier subject to the provisions of this act 
to compel the observance of the law or the rules and 
regulations of the commissioners made thereunder, ami 
such Railroad Commissioners are hereby authorized, 
when in their judgment it is necessary so to ilo. to employ 
counsel to assist the Attorney-General or state Attorney 
in conducting any such proceeding on behalf of the 
State. In case such proceeding is instituted in the cir- 
cuit court, and an appeal shall he taken from the judg- 
ment thereof to the Supreme ( iourt, such appeal shall aol 
operate as supersedeas, hut such appeal shall he given 
precedence over all other appeals, shall he advanced to 
the head of the docket ami shall he heard and determined 
by said Supreme Court as soon as practicable after the 
Sling of said appeal in said court. The Railroad Com- 
missioners shall have power to make and enforce all such 



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rules and regulations as may be necessary to enable 
them to carry out the powers conferred} upon them by 
this act. 

Sec. !!. In ;ill cases herein provided for bringing 
suits in am of the courts of this State appeals shall lie 
therefrom as in actions from oilier civil suits. 

Sec. 23. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict 
with this act are hereby repealed. 

Sec. i\. This act shall go into effect immediately 
upon its passage and approval by the Governor. 

Approved May s. |s;i;. 



RATE ISSUE NO. 1. 



RATES, RULES AND REGULATIONS 



GOVERNING THE 



TRANSPORTATION 



OF 



PASSENGERS AND FREIGHTS 



ON THE 



RAILROADS IN FLORIDA, 



PRESCRIBED BY THE 



RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 



INDEX TO STATIONS. 



STATIONS 



Abbott (Plant Svst«n) 

Abbott (F C A P 

Acme 

Adams . . 

Agnew 

Alachua 

Albion 

Alicia 

Allsabrooks 

Altamonte 

Altamonte Springs . 

Altoona 

Aluvia 

Angel Fish Key 

Anita 

Ankonn 

Anthony 

A popka 

Arcadia 

Arch Creek ... 

Archer (F 04 P) 

Archer (Plant Systtm) 

Archer (FC A J?) 

Arlington 

Armour 

A rmstrong . 

Arraiv 

Arredondo 

Artesia 
Ashmore. . . 

Ashton 

As|ii.'iwall 

Astabula. 

Astor 

Aster Park 

Atlantic (K K 0) ... 
Atlantic (A .S \i& (i) 
Aucilla 

Aubiirndale 

Aurantia 

Averill 



B 



Baileys , ... 
Bakcrshurg 
Baldwin . 





K . 




go 

-!■■-■ 


Fla 


84 


> < 


93 


11 


89 


■' 


103 


11 


SB 


" 


102 


« 


92 


'■ 


98 


II 


103 


• • 


102 


it 


si 


II 


So 


it 


82 


•' 


9!) 


*' 


86 


II 


97 


,i* 


92 


" 


(13 


*' 


89 


'• 


98 


it 


92 


•' 


86 


'* 


94 


II 


87 


II 


90 


li 


96 


II 


104 


II 


92 


II 


99 


4 ' 


104 


" 


82 


M 


99 


*■ 


'..:, 


a 


85 


.. 


85 


ii 


99 


la 


102 


II 


91 


it 


SI 


11 


101 


t « 


99 


Fla 


lit! 


II 


ItX) 


■1 


92 



STATIONS 



<Z S.-A 



Balmoral Fla 105 11 

Bamboo " 93 36 

IB Banyan " 99 1 1 

21 Barberville " 100 33 

9 Barclays . " 104 12 

it Barlows " 82 II 

ig Bartow " 88 24 

•>l Bartow Junction . . " 81 26 

"o Bayard " 98 8 

4 Bay City " 87 17 

12 Bay View " 99 18 

I Bear Springs ..." 96 8 

7 Belair " 91 29 

33 Belleair " 90 2 

g Belleview " 93 4 

33 Bellreva .... " 85 18 

39 Beresford " 101 3 

43 Big Cypress " 81 18 

31 Biscayne " 98 23 

83 Blake " 97 3 

12 Blanton " 89 20 

22 Bloomfield " 10* 13 

•>l Boardman . . " 84 23 

1 1 Boca Katone " 98 15 

13 Bonaventure (Plait 8j«.) " 85 19 
I Bonaventure (F E C). " 97 24 
4 Bone Hill " 88 10 

•>() Bone Hill Junction " 88 9 

1 Bone Valley " 88 1 

7 Bone Valley Junction " 87 82 

•>3 Bonds Mill " loo 37 

•> Bonny May Mines " S7 12 

•>3 Bostwick . • " 100 12 

15 Bowden • 96 3 

I Bowling Green . " 89 6 

39 Boynton . " 98 13 

3K Bradley "87 9 

•*> Braidentown " 103 22 

■>•• Brandon " 93 24 

<i Brandy Branch . . " 92 I 

•>- Bransons " 83 11 

I | Brantley. " 99 9 
17 Bray ton " 83 13 

Broad Creek Key " 99 37 

Bronson " 92 22 

Brooksville ... " 86 16 

Briggsville. . . . " 9s 82 

I I Buena Vista " 88 26 
30 Buffalo Bluff •' inn is 

14 Buslmell " 93 8 



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INDEX TO STATIONS. 



STATIONS 



2» Sfa 



STATIONS 



■ 2 °" £ ° 



Callahini . . 

Calvenia 

Campbells 

< lamps 

Campville 
( '.miiverel 

Dandier 

Cannon 

Cannons Crossing 
Carol in 11 
Carrabelle 

Cason 

Cassia 

Cedar Key 

Centre Hill 

Chaires 

Chamberlain 

Chatmar 

Chattahoochee River 
Chetolah 

Chipco 

Citra (F C & P) 
Citra (Plant System) 

Citronelle 

City Point (F KC) .. 
City Point ilnd. Riv.). 
Clarcona < Plant Svst«) . 
Olarcona (Fla Mid) .. 
Clarksville . . 

Clearwater 

Cleveland 

Clements 

Clermont (Phil Svsita) 
Clermont (F C & P) 
Clifton. . 
Clydes 

Cocoa 

Cocoan ut Grove. 
Cole (irove. 
Coleman . 

Columbus 

Coino ... 

Conant 

Cone 

Conine 

Conner 

Coquina 

Couper 

Cove Bend 

Courtney . 



92 38 

84 27 



Mi 
97 
98 



33 

211 
38 



104 U 

loo 23 



85 
K4 
82 

105 



97 23 



Fla HI 


32 


•• 89 


11 


" , 81 


23 


•• 86 


6 


" 92 


36 


" 99 


24 


" 84 


38 


" 103 


13 


" LG2 


29 


■• 82 


18 


'• 104 


3 


•• 85 


11 


■• 101 


25 


•' 92 


24 


•• 86 


12 


•• 91 


25 


" 84 


19 


" 86 


28 


St 


91 


28 


it 


97 


17 


* 4 


89 


21 



88 


7 


102 


•> 


96 


10 


90 


3 


89 


17 


s.i 


29 


83 


20 


95 


■> 


82 


12 


82 


HI 


97 


21 


99 


27 


84 


1 


92 


35 



Cow Creek Fla 101 12 

Crawford " 92 12 

Crescent City " KX) 26 

Crescent City I,dg '• 1 00 25 

GroSB Bayou ..." 90 6 

Crown Point " 88 10 

Crystal Lake " 81 3 

Crystal " 1 86 35 

Cummings " ' 85 37 

Curtis Mill " 104 4 

Cypress " 89 25 



Dade City (Pint Sjslen). 
Dade City (F C & P). 

Daytona 

Davenport 

Dayville 

Davis 

Deeson 

DeLimd 

DeLand Junction 

Delaware 

DeLeon Springs 

Denbys 

Denver 

Dinner Island 

Dixons Wharf 

Dolives 

Double Run 

Donets 

Dover 

Dragem .lunction 
Drakes Point ... 

Drexel 

Drifton 

Dukesdale 

Dnnedin 

Dungaxven 

I Ml h lie 1 1 1 m 

Dunnells 

Durbin 

Dutton 

Duiions 



Fla 



87 
93 
97 
M 
92 
104 
82 

101 

loo 
87 

100 
83 

loo 
96 
98 

103 
95 

104 
88 
85 

lo4 
89 
91 

II U 
90 

103 
86 
96 
96 
91 
86 



20 
20 

•> 
24 
19 
15 
21 

2 
40 
IS 
85 
30 
27 
33 
43 
14 

9 
16 
13 
14 
17 
27 
23 
18 

I 

4 
31 
36 
II 
33 



85 

87 
lis 



15 

6 

35 



Bagle Lake Fin si :ii 

Eagle Mine " 94 16 

Early Bird " 94 19 

East Apopka " 102 3 

Bast Aurantin. . . "97 13 



INDEX TO STATIONS. 



37 



STATIONS 



Ho 



2.2 S3 



East Cove Fla 

Kast Lake 

East Melbourne. 
East Minis 

Kast Palatka 

Baton 

Kan Gallie 

Eden 

Edgar 

Edgewood 

Khren 

Eight Oaks 

Elders 

Kldorado . . 

Kldridge 

Electra 

Ellaville 

Ellenton 

Ellersly 

Elliott Key 

Klliston 

Ellsworth 

Kllzey .... 

EClmore 

Eloise 

Klwould 

Emeralda 

Knglewood . . 

Knterprise ' 

Enterprise Junction. 

Espanola ' 

Kthel ' 

Kureka . . ' 

Eustis 

Kvinston .... 
Excelsior Park. . . ' 

F 

Fabers Kla 

Fairbanks " 

Fatio 

Faustina . . •• 

Favoritn " 

Fitzgerald . 
Fit/.hugh 

Fitzville " 

Flatford " 

Fleming " 

Flewellens 

Florence 

Floral City " 



m 

S4 
99 

'■>- 
'Mi 

96| 

'.•7 

97 

84 
100 

89 

M 
KM 

93 
KXi 
LOG 

91 
103 

87 

!HI 

SB 

!»:; 

92 

84 

81 

81 
108 
102 

I Ml 
101 

96 
101 
105 

85 

84 

81 



S7 
81 
102 
87 
100 
102 
82 
87 



i: 

4i 

IS 
15 
26 
6 
26 
IS 



26 
13 
19 
:ix 
32 
2 
20 
23 
21 
28 
37 
30 
23 
20 

as 

2 

15 

4 

9 

6 

35 

23 

3 

27 

22 

29 



98 36 

92 is 

101 4 

!)7 19 

96 37 



11 

28 

5 

24 

7 

30 

•> 



STATIONS 



I- lournoys Kla 

Fogartyville " 

Forest City " 

Formosa . " 

Fori Lauderdale . " 

Fort Mason " 

Fori Meade " 

Fori Ogden 

Fort Pierce . 

Fori Heed ' 

Francis " 

Franklin . ..." 

Franklins " 

Friths 

Fruitland Park " 



M 



m 



(iiibriella Fla 94 

Gainesboro " - 93 

Gainesville " 92 

Galloway " 87 

Garfield " 101 

Garveys Wharf " 99 

Gatlin " 81 

Georgiana " 99 

Gifford " 97 
Gingrass Wharf 

Glencoe ' 

Glendale " 85 

Glen Ethel " 83 

Glen St. Mary •' 91 

Glenwood " 100 

Glidwell " 85 

Globe " 87 

Golden Rod "94 

Gomez " 98 

Goodwins " 104 

Gordonsville " 81 

Gores landing " 106 

Gotha "102 

Gracy Junction " 102 

Grahamville " 105 

Grand Island ' 85 

Grand View " 85 

Cram ... " 97 

GxeenGove Springs.. " 100 

Greene " 83 

Greenland " 96 

Greens Siding " 95 

Greenville " 91 

Grenada " 83 



SB 25 



103 

S3 
81 
98 
85 
89 
89 
97 
82 
84 
85 
95 
104 
85 



24 
4 
8 

is 

26 
2 

15 

41 
5 

10 
6 
3 

20 
5 



6 

31 

6 

28 

10 

4 

15 

7 

38 

45 

33 

32 

1 

16 

38 

25 

1 

9 

5 

21 

30 

4 

6 

23 

5 

24 

17 

32 

9 

19 

m 
I 

10 

8 



INDEX TO STATIONS. 



STATIONS 



5S £ ° 



drove Park Fla 

drover " 

Gulf Junction " 

duimells " 



Haines City 

Half Moon 

Hiilliuid 

Ilallsteads 

Ilninbro 

Hamilton 

Hammock Grove 

Hammond 

Hampton 

Ilardees Wharf 

Hardeeville (FECI 
HardeevilleOnd.Riv.) 
Ilarperville . ... 
Harwood 

Harney 

Hartshorn 

Haskell 

Hastings 

Hawks Park 

Hawthorn 

Hawthorne 

llnyes 

Helena 

Hendricks 

Hepsidam 

Hernando 

Hether Island 

Ilickmann 

Highland 

Highland Park 

Hilliardville 

Hillsborough 

Hillsboro 

Hillsford 

Hillwood 

Hirtzell 

Hobe Sound . 

Hodges 

Hoi lister 

Holly Hill 

Holy Branch 

Homnssassa 

Homeland 

Hooks 

I l.»iti 



Fla 



S3 
lo4 
88 
86 



SI 
86 
98 

104 
87 
89 
82 

KM) 
92 
98 
97 
98 

102 
96 
88 
88 
88 
90 
97 
83 
92 
84 
85 

1(6 
85 
87 

105 

102 
92 

100 

11)1 

98 
88 i 

100 
si 
82 
98 

100 
84 
98 
98 
86 
88 

KM 



33 
■>•> 
32 
13 



25 

10 
0(1 

23 

7 
31 
16 
28 
17 
44 
18 
34 

7 
38 
26 
38 
23 
22 

9 
35 
28 
36 

9 
12 

8 

3 

6 
31 
15 
39 

•"> 
16 
25 

6 
28 
17 

7 
19 

9 
41 
21 
36 
30 
24 
22 



STATIONS g| SS 

Houston " 91 19 

Howard ttidga " 96 28 

Hacomer " 97 Hi 

Hull " 89 14 

IluiiliiiKton *' 100 24 

Hurds '• 96 IS 

HuttonsMill " 100 34 

Hypoluxo " 98 12 



Idlewild Park Fla 88 27 

Indian Key " 99 34 

Indian Springs . . . " 98 31 

Indianola " 98 40 

Inglehome " 92 13 

Inlerlachen " 84 7 

Inverness " 87 5 

Irwin " 102 32 

Island Grove " 92 29 

Island Lake " 82 31 

Istachatta " 87 II 

Ives Wharf '■ 98 42 



Jane Jay Fla 89 4 

Jackson & Tullis " KM 25 

Jensen •' 97 48 

Jessamine " 81 16 

Johnson " 84 4 

Johnson Point •' 104 26 

Joiners '• 102 8 

Juliet " 86 16 

Joyners " 104 27 

K 

Km ii:i i im li:i Fla 92 20 

Kathleen " 87 27 

Kendrick " 84 32 

Key Largo " 99 29 

Keystone Park . . " S!' 80 

Key West " 99 28 

Keuka - 84 6 

Killarneyd'botSot™) " 83 16 

Killarney(FO& P; " 95 4 

Kingsford •' ss 6 

Kingston •' 97 1 

Kirkwood " 103 I 

Kissimmee (Fla Mid) " 102 9 



INDEX TO STATIONS. 



39 




AT IONS 



Kissiiiimee ( Plait Sjstn) . Fla 
Knights 



L 

I .MCODC hl-l ■ ( Plait 8j«t*n ). 

Lacoochee (F C & PL 

La Crosse 

Lady Lake 

La Orange 

Lake Brantley . 
Lake Charm (FC&P) 
Lake Charm (Plant Sj») 

Lake City 

Lake Helen 

Lakeland : 

Lake Mary 

Lakemont 

Lake Points 

Lake Simonton 

Lakeville . 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lane Park 

Lantana 

Largo 

Lawtey 

Lellman 

Lemon City 

Leuard 

Leroy 

Lees 

Leesburg (F 04 I') 
I^eesburg (Plilit Sjslra) 

Lees Wharf 

Lexington 

I.iglitlwil] Mines 

Limona 

Linden . 

Linton 

Lisbon 

Little Rock 

Live Oak 

Liverpool 

Livingston 

Lloyd 

Lochloosa 

Lougwood (Fla Mid) 
Longwood (Plait System) 

lAXiglnuan 

Ix)\vell 

Lower Matecumbie . . 





So 




a* 


Fk 


81 




93 


Fla 


83 


*• 


93 


ti 


102 


it 


85 


II 


101 


ti 


102 


ll 


94 


" 


82 


" 


91 


II 


98 


H 


87 


it 


81 


ti 


94 


II 


105 


** 


103 


11 


83 


l» 


104 


ll 


85 


it 


85 


it 


98 


M 


90 


it 


92 


M 


90 


• • 


98 


i» 


89 


It 


86 


44 


91 


ii 


93 


it 


85 


CI 


99 


11 


86 


it 


94 


44 


93 


ti 


83 


ti 


98 


• • 


85 


>i 


99 


44 


91 


" 


Ml 


44 


93 


tt 


91 


■• 


92 


" 


102 


■ i 


81 


44 


81 


" 


84 


n 


99 



u 



28 

in 

24 

4 

16 

10 

7 

14 

is 

•JH 

29 

4 

5 

15 

6 

6 
23 

SO 

II 

5 
3 

7 
24 

19 
22 

7 

28 
7 
1 
7 

I! 
I.j 

26 
II 
22 
in 

6 
16 
85 
II 
37 
11 

6 
28 
30 
86 



STATIONS 



Lundy 

Lumberton 
Lutchaw . . . 
Lyrata 



M 



Mabel 

Macclenny 

Maclntyre . . 

Madison 

Magnolia Grove . . . 
Magnolia Springs 

Magruder 

M ait land 

Malabar 

Manatee 

Mango 

Mannville 

M arietta 

Markham 

Martel 
Martin . 
Marvenia 
Marydia 
Mascotte 

Mathews 

Mays Wharf 

Maytown 

Maxville 

McDonald 

McElveen 

Mcintosh 

McKinnon 

McLanes 

McMeekin 

Meadow 

Medulla 

Meggs 

Melbourne 

Melbourne Beach 
Melrose . . . . 

Mennniiigers 

Merritts 

Mexico ... 
Miami . 

Micanopy{G& G) . 
M icanopy ( Plaflt ftjstm ) 
Micanopy .(unction . 

M icco 

Middleton 

Midway 



so Jo 

2* ** 



16 
22 
13 
12 



24 
•> 

7 

8 

14 

8 

6 

lo 

30 

25 

15 

8 

1 

21 

21 

31 

12 

20 

23 

16 

3 

13 

•) 

32 
29 
24 
19 
13 

3 
30 
31 

7 
28 
14 
II 

2 
41 
28 
26 

3 
13 
12 
88 
19 
26 



Fin 


100 


41 


87 


ii 


105 


ti 


97 


Fla 


83 


•■ 


91 


** 


104 


** 


91 


** 


96 


" 


100 


" 


99 


it 


81 


II 


97 


II 


103 


" 


88 


it 


84 


•• 


91 


'< 


101 


•• 


86 


** 


84 


tt 


94 


11 


81 


4 " 


83 


** 


103 


44 


99 


ii 


101 


i* 


92 


tt 


93 


** 


93 


l* 


84 


" 


81 1 


it 


102 


11 


84 


It 


92 


11 


87 


'• 


105 


41 


97 


11 


99 


44 


105 


*• 


KS 


41 


98 


• 4 


89 


" 


98 




103 


•' 


84 


11 


SI 


w 


97 


II 


96 




91 



40 



INDEX TO STATIONS 



STATIONS y g° STATIONS 


» . 

a ; < c 


Millards Fla K7 25 


Ocean us . Kla !>0 


21 


Millers " it« 17 


Ocklnwaha 


84 


39 


Millerton .. " &3' 8 


0&MM- 


102 


14 


Mims . . •• KM 


15 


Odessa . " 


Ml 


29 


Minis Landing ,......" 9!i 


8 


< >kahiim|ika 


85 


10 


Mineola "" 95 


II 


old Rhoadx Key " 


99 


32 


Minneola 


'* 83 


IK Oliver Park 


83 


29 


Minorville 


•• LOS 


12 


Olustee 


91 


17 


Modelo 


•• 9K 


lil 


Onora . . . " 


82 


6 


Mohawk (PC* I') . 


'■ 95 


5 


Orange Avenue ..." 


84 


34 


Mohawk (I'laitSptun) . 


.. 


s3 


17 


Orange Bend. 


85 


21 


Monroe (.1 T* K W) 


" 


H»l 


7 


Orange Gity, . " 


98 


27 


Monroe (I'lail System) 


41 


82 27 


Orange City Junction " 


101 


5 


Montague 


" 


84 35 


Orange Creek .. " 


lor, 


9 


Montbrook (IW System). 


" 


S6 15 


Orange Heights " 


92 


27 


Montbrook (F C & P) " 04 14 


Orange Home 


93 


2(5 


Montelair . . " | 93 


37 


Orange Lake " 


84 


25 


Montieello " 91 


1(1 


Orange Mills " 


96 


23 


Montverde ... 


95 


12 


Orange Park " 


100 


4 


Moorcs " 


87 


2 


Orient " 


8K 


16 


Morristou C Plant System). " 


86 


16 


Oriole " 


87 


16 


Morristou (F A I') " | 94 


18 


Orlando (Plant Sr»lta) . . . " 


81 


12 


Moss Bluff " 


105 


8 


Orlando (V V & ¥).... " 


94 


3 


Ml. Dora " 


101 


28 ' 




96 


40 


Ml. Homer 


85 


28 


Osteen. 


101 


II 


Mt. Pleasant. 


91 


27 


Otter Greek 


I'L 1 


10 


Mulberry ... 


88 


4 


Oviedo(FC«fc P) . , . . " 


94 


10 








Oviedo (Plant System) " 


82 


15 


N 






Owensboro (F G & P) " 


93 


10 






Owensboro ( Plant Risteni) " 


87 


19 


Niircoosee Fla 82 


•_>»; 


Oxford 


92 


34 


Nathan " 9$) 


25 


Oxmore " 


104 


29 


Neoga 


96 


34 


Ozona " 


89 


36 


Neshitt .... 


96 


5 








Newberry 


86 


9 


P 






New Smyrna " 97 


8 








New Upsala . . *' KH 


18 


Pahitka (J HA K W).FIa 


100 


15 


Nilhsdale " 104 


28 


Palatka (S ISO) 


96 


27 


Nocatee . •• 89 


13 


Palatka (riant MsKm > " 


84 


11 


Norris Siding " 100 


36 


Palmer 


92 


8 


North Ankonu " 97 


41' 


I'alm Springs* PlanlSjM " 


83 


■> 






Palm Springs (F.Mid.) " 


102 


15 


O 




I'alma Sola " 


103 


26 






I'almelto 


103 


27 


Oak Hill Fla 97 


II 


I'anasolTkee " 


93 


7 


Oakland (TA(I) 


•• 96 6 l'aoIa( Plain System). " 


82 


29 


On k land , Plait Sjstm) . . 


• BS 15 


I'aolal.I TA K \V) 


101 


20 


Oaklawn . . . 


•^4 26 


I'arkers Island 


I'M 


3" 


( >ak Lodge 


•• ii-.i 19 


Park Place 


86 


Si- 


Oakaide 


•• 96 80 Pasadena 


93 


ll 


Oeala (F C & P) 


" 


93 8 


Pasco 


89 


24 


Ocala (Plant System; 




84 33 


Pal tersonville 


96 


24 



" 



INDEX TO STATIONS. 



STATIONS 



So 2d 

.2* £* 



Paxlons Wharf Fla 

Pebble 

Pebbledale 

Peen-To 

Pemberton . . 
Pembroke 

Peniel 

Peorin 

Pharr 

Phillips (PlMlSjilm) - 
Phillips (FKU) ... 

Phosphora 

Phosphora Junction. 

Piceolii 

Piedmont (Plait STsten) 

Piedmont (FC A P) 

Pierson 

Pine Castle 

Pine Crest . 

Pineda 

Pine Island 

Pineola 

Pinhook 

Pittmun 

Pittsburg 

Plantation Key . . 
Plant City (Plait Snt«) 
Plant City (FC A P) 
Plymouth 

Pomona 

Port Orange 

Port Tampa City . 
Potsdam 

Powell 

Prairie Creek . 
I'rntts 

Prieeville . . 

Pritchards . 

Progresso 

Punta Gorda. 
Putnam . 

Q 

Quincy Flu 

R 

Randalls Fla 

Reddick 

Heeds 

Kii'hland 

Rileys 



:>:, 


5 


88 


3 


KS 


5 


82 


21 


ST 


13 1 


,SK 


31 


Urn 


17 


im 


5 


88 


29 


M 


17 


96 


2 


88 


7 


KS 


8 


103 


IS 


86 


24 


94 


1 


100 


31 


81 


17 


82 


30 


97 


25 


102 


25 


87 


10 


91 


24 


85 


34 


96 


9 


99 


31 


88 


12 


93 


22 


93 


42 


100 


22 ! 


97 


4 


88 


22 


98 


3 


84 


14 


83 


31 


104 


31 


91 


15 


97 


17 


98 


17 


89 


IS 


96 


25 


91 


13 



STATIONS 



Kio Sun Lucie 
River Junction. . 

Riverlaud 

River Points. .. . 

Riviera 

Robinson 

Rochelle 

Rockledge 

Rogers 

Rock Springs 

Rocky Point 

Romeo 

Roseland 

Roselona 

Rosewood 

Rowena 

Roy 

Runny meade 

Rutledge 

Ruxton 



ii us 
91 



II 



I 
II 

88 27 
105 16 

98 :> 

89 lo 
s:t 82 

97 22 

98 »i 

Sli 28 

toe - r - 

86 
97 
Ii H 
92 

91 
96 
B2 

82 

'•'7 



17 
34 
82 
II 
4 

32 
26 

8 
46 



89 


1 


m 


13 


102 


26 


89 


23 


98 


39 


91 


3 


101 


8 


81 


1 


96 


29 


92 


83 


97 


27 


100 


L4 


100 


2(1 


97 


5 



105 


Ki 


84 


29 


100 


3 1 


87 


23 


86 


3 



Sabin Flu 

Sampson " 

Sampson Junction . . ' 

San Antonio 

Sanders Bulkhead 
Sanderson .... 

San ford (J T& K W). 
Sanrord(PlutSjitM). , 

San Mateo 

Santos 

Sarno 

Sauble 

Satsunia 

Savage 

Seotts •• 80 s 

Seaside '• 89 34 

Sebastian . " 97 35 

SelTner " SS 14 

Sellers Lake " 85 36 

Seville " 100 29 

Sharps " 98 ST 

Sheridan " S3 22 

Shingle Creek " L02 Hi 

Shnford •' 84 16 

Sidney " 03 28 

Silver bake 82 7 

Silver Spring '• 02 82 

Simmons. •• 86 I 

Sisco •• inn 21 



42 



INDEX TO STATIONS. 



STATIONS 



Slight! 

Snake ('reek 
Sold ie re Greek 
SojK-hoppy 

Sorrento 

South Jacksonville 
Booth Lake Weir . 
South Side 

Sparrs 

Spear Grove . . 

Spring Hill 

Spring Park 

Spruce Creek 
Standard No. 1. . . 
Si. Augustine . . 

St. Catharine 

St. Cloud 

St. Cloud . I unction 

St. Lucie 

St. Leo 

St, Marks 

St. Petersburg 

St. Petersburg Wharf 

St. Teresa 

Standard Junction . . 

Stanton 

Starbirds 

Starke 

Starks . 

Statens 

8tonewall 

Straders 

Stuart 

Sugden . . . . . . 

Smnmerfield 

Summer Haven 
Summers 
Summit . . 
Sumner 

Sumterville 

Sunbeam 

Sunny Side'l'lnnt Sjstra ) 

Su ii nysiil.- ( Ukf Landings ) . 

Sutherland 

Sylvan Lake 



STATIONS 



U . 

o o 



Z4. 



108 


19 


98 


21 ■ 


81 


r> 


KM 


8 1 


101 


27 ! 


96 


1 


92 


26 


It 1.3 


6 


93 


1 


82 


4 


104 


9 


98 


2 


97 


6 1 


86 


12 



96 
93 
82 
82 
97 
89 
91 
90 
90 

104 
94 
85 

102 
92 

l<)3 
83 
86 

104 

98 

i 98 

! 92 

8S 

85 

104 

93 

95 

82 
104 



L6 
18 
20 

19 
40 
22 
30 

8 

9 
10 
15 

1 
17 

4 
20 

9 
26 
33 

2 

6 
26 
21 

4 
35 
34 
17 
13 
22 
35 



Tacoma (Plant Sjsleni) 
Tacoma (GAG).. 
Taconey 
Tallahassee 



Flu 



89 


85 


82 


28 


84 


2J 


103 7 


K9 


32 \ 


01 


12 



Tampa (F CAP) Fla 

Tampa (Pint hAm) .... 

Tarpon Springs 

Tarry town 

Tavares (FC A P).... 
Tnvares (J I & K \V). 
Tavares (Plant Sjitm) .. 
Taylors CVossing . . 

Teasdale 

Tedderville 

Temple 

Terra Ceia 

Tbouotosassa 

Tibballs 

Tildenville 

Tillman 

Tillson 

Titusville(FECi 
Titusville(JTA K \V) 

Tocoi 

Tocoi Junction . 

Tomoko 

Torrey 

Toronto (FC& P) ... 
Toronto (Plant Sjstfm) .. . 
Trilby . 
Tropic 

Tropica] Wharf 

Troy 

Tufts 

Turkey Creek 

Turnbull Bay . 
Tuscawilla (G A G) . . 
Tuseawillat Plant System). 
Twin Lakes 

Twin Oaks 

T. AT. Junction 

U 

Umatilla Kla 

Umbrella Key 

Upper Matecumhie 

V 

Valkaria ...Fla 97 

Valrico " 93 

Varnel "83 

Vaughns Mill •• 101 

Yen> " 97 

Victoria ( Plant S\ stun) . " 86 

Victoria (FC A P) " 98 

Villa Nova ..." 102 



93 

88 
89 
K8 
93 
101 
85 
103 

100 
87 
92 
103 
88 
97 
83 
97 
85 
97 

101 
96 
96 
96 
89 
93 
83 
S7 
99 
98 
81 

101 
93 
97 

103 
82 

101 
98 
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85 
99 

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Waco 

Wades 

Waitefield 

Waits Junction 

AVainright 

Wakulla . 

Waldo 

Wnlkill 

Ward City 

Warnell * 
Water town 
Waucliula. . . 

Waveland 

Waylands 

AVebster 

Weir Park 

WVirsdale 

Wekiva 

AA 7 elborn 
Welshton 
West Apopka 

West DeLttod 

W»>st Farm 

West Jupiter 

AVeston 

West Palm Beach 
West Tocoi 

Whites 

Whitney 

Wildwood 



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108 


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102 


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86 


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91 


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92 


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91 


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89 


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99 


16 


101 


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85 


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85 


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85 


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94 


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91 


5 


84 


37 


95 


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101 


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91 


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98 


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86 


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88 


93 


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93 


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Williams Wharf 
Williston (F0 A I') 
Willislon (Plait Mm) . 
Willford 

AVillows 

Windermere 
Winter Garden 
Winter Haven. 
Winter 1'ark (Plant Mm) 
Winter Park(F CAP) 
Winston. . . . 

AVithers 

Withlacoochee .... 
AVoodbridge . 
Woodland 

Woodlt'M 

Woodley 

AVrights 



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Okkice ok the Railroad Commission-. 
State ok Florida, 
Tai.i-aiia.s8ee, Sept. 30. 1K97. 

The following Rules and Regulations are prescrilied for the gov- 
ernment of the transportation of persons and property by the railroad 
companies doing business wholly or in part within the State of Flor- 
ida, all others conflicting therewith being hereby repealed: 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 



GOVERNMENT OP THE TRANSPORTATION OP PER- 
SONS AND PROPERTY ON THE RAIL- 
ROADS IN FLORIDA. 



I. GENERAL RULES. 

COMPLAINTS. 

1. All complaints made to the Commission shall be in writing, 
and shall distinctly set forth the grounds of complaint. In like 
manner, all defenses shall be in writing, and distinctly gel forth the 
grounds of defense, 

MONTHLY AND ANNUAL REPORTS. 

2. Each railroad company shall make and file in the office of the 
Commission by the last day of each month, a report of its earnings 
and operating expenses for the preceding month, according to the 

form prescribed by the Commission. Als n or before the lirst day 

of September of each year, an annual report of its earnings, operat- 
ing expenses and general operations for the preceding year, ending 
June 30th, in accordance with Section Hi, Railroad Commission Law. 
approved May nth, 1897. The monthly reports to be verified by the 
affidavits of the General Manager (if there be one), or Superintend- 
ent, or other principal officer in charge, and the Treasurer or Auditor ; 
the annual reports to be verified by the affidavits of the President. 
Superintendent or General Manager, and Auditor or Treasurer. 



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SECRET REDUCTIONS, REBATES, ETC. 

8. There shall he no secret reduction of rates of freight or passen- 
ger f:ires, and no rebate, drawback, or other advantage in nny form 
shall be given or paid, either directly or indirectly, upon shipments 
made or service rendered to any person not allowed to all persons, 
under like cireiiinstances and conditions, but the same shall be uni- 
form to all. and public. 

POSTING SCHEDULES, ETC. 

4. Each railroad company shall post in a conspicuous place, and 
keep the same continuously posted, at each of its stations, where 
there are agents, a copy of the schedule of the freight and passenger 
rates revised and adopted for the use of such company by the Com- 
mission, a copy of all the Rules and Regulations prescribed by the 
Commission for the government of the transportation of freight and 
passengers, applicable to its line of road, and a copy of the official 
classification; also copies of all changes made, whether the same 
shall be made by such railroad company or by the Commissioners; 
also a table ofdistanc.es between each station; and when any change 
in said schedule of rates or classification is made, either by the Com- 
mission or any railroad company, a copy of said change shall be 
immediately furnished the office of the Commissioners and shall be 
posted in the same manner as above. 

TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS, ETC., BETWEEN RAILROADS. 

5. Copies of all rate sheets, tariffs and circular orders issued, and 
all contracts and agreements between railroad companies as to the 
rates of freight and passenger tariffs, and all arrangements and agree- 
ments whatever as to the division of earnings of any kind by compet- 
ing or connecting lines of railroads doing business in this State, shall 
be submitted to the Commission for inspection, revision and approval. 



II. RULES GOVERNING TRANSPORTATION OF 
PASSENGERS. 

BAGGAGE. 

1. Each passenger shall be entitled to free transportation of 
baggage not exceeding one hundred and fifty pounds in weight. 

LESS THAN MAXIMUM RATES MAT BE CHARGED. 

2. Railroads will not be prohibtied from charging less than the 
rates prescribed for the transportation of passengers, provided such 



47 

charge is not an unjust discrimination in fuvor of or against persons 
or localities. 

MINIMUM FARE. 

3. Twenty cents as a minimum fare may be collected where the 
regular fare would be less than that sum. 

COMPUTATION OF FRACTIONS. 

4. Where the fare for any distance does not end in or 5, sums 
ending in 21 or over may be counted as 5, and sums less than 2J as 0. 
For example: For 421 cents collect 45, and for 42 cents collect 40 
cents. Nothing in this rule shall prevent any railroad company from 

giving the exact change in cents. 

FREE OR REDUCED RATES. EXCURSIONS, ETC. 

5. A railroad company shall not be prevented from the free car- 
riage of destitute or homeless persons transported by charitable 
societies, and the necessary agents employed in such transporta- 
tion; or from the issuance of mileage, excursion, commutation or 
round-trip passenger tickets; or from giving free carriage to their 
own officers and employes ; or to prevent the principal officers of any 

•railroad company or companies from exchanging passes or tickets 
with other railroad companies for their officers and employes ; or I Yee 
••arriage or reduced rates to persons in charge of live stock shipped 
from the point of shipment to destination and return ; or from bailing 
second-class tickets, for the holders of which second-class tickets so 
issued second-class accommodations shall be furnished. 

POST IN S ARRIVAL OF DELATED TRAINS. 

6. Whenever any passenger train on any railroad in this State 
shall be more than one hour behind its scheduled time, it shall be 
the duty of said railroad company to bulletin and keep posted at 
every open telegraph station along its lines in the direction in which 
said train is going the time such train is behind its schedule time, 
and the time of its arrival as nearly as can be approximated, but 
passengers acting upon this information will do so at their own' risk 



III. RULES GOVERNING THE TRANSPORTATION OF 

FREIGHT. 

CONNECTING RAILROADS UNDER THE SAME MANAGEMENT. 

1. All connecting railroads which ure under the management <>r 
control, by lease, ownership or otherwise, of one and the same com- 









4K 

[amy, and nil connecting roads, a majority of whose stock is owned or 
controlled, either directly or indirectly, by one of the connecting 
lines, shall, for the purpose of transportation, in applying their 
schedules of freight rates, be considered as constituting but one and 
the same road; and the rates shall be computed as upon parts of 
one and the same road, unless otherwise specified. The fact that 
each of said roads has a separate lx>ard of directors shall not prevent 
the application of this rule. 

MAXIMUM RATES MAT BE REDUCED. 

■J. The schedule of rates allowed and adopted by the Railroad 
Commissioners for each road are maximum rates, which shall not 
be transcended. They may, however, carry at less than the rates 
allowed and adopted, provided that if they carry for less for one per- 
son, they shall for the like service, under similar circumstances and 
conditions, carry for the same lessened rate for all persons except 
as mentioned hereafter; and if they adopt less freight rates for one 
station, they shall make a reduction of the same per cent, at all sta- 
tions along the line of road, so as to make no unjust discrimination 
as against any person or locality. But when at any point within 
this State there are competing lines of transportation, any railroail 
company injuriously affected thereby may, at such competing point, 
make rates below those allowed or adopted, to meet such competi- 
tion, without making a corresponding reduction along the line of 
road. 

The Commission may entertain application for temporary modifi- 
cations of so much of this rule as requires the general reduction of 
rates to all stations when made to any station, when in their judg- 
ment a local and temporary cause may justify such modification, as, 
for instance, epidemic, Hoods, drouths, storms, or other exigencies. 

FREIGHTS EXEMPT FROM RULE 2. 

3. The rates specified or hereafter to be allowed for common 
brick, bone, lumber, shingles, laths, staves, rough stone, empty bar- 
rels, corn in the ear, melons by the carload, straw, shucks, fodder, 
lanbark, sawdust, household goods, moss, palmetto leaves and heads, 
are maximum rates, but the railroads are left free to reduce the 
sami' at discretion, and all such rates are exempt from the opera- 
tion of Rule •>. Any complaint as to such rales will, upon presenta- 
tion, be considered. No rates have been prescribed for articles in.the 
classification designated by the letter S. Such articles are subject 
to special contract. The Commission will entertain complaints of 
excessive charges for the transportation of such articles in all cases 
except where the price charged was according to contract between 
shipper and carrier. 



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CHARGES FOR HANDLING HEAVY FREIGHTS. 

■4. The charge for handling extra heavy freight may be as follows : 

Under 2,000 pounds, no charge for extra handling. 
2,000 pounds and under 3,000, $3 for extra handling. 
3,000 pounds and under 4,000, $5 for extra handling. 
4,000 pounds and under 5,000, $7 for extra handling. 
5,000 pounds and under 6,000, $8 for extra handling. 
6,000 pounds and under 7,000, $10 for extra handling. 

SHIPPERS TO LOAD AND UNLOAD. 

5. Consignors and consignees will be required to load and unload 
bulk freight in carloads, unless otherwise provided by special agree- 
ment. 

CARLOADS, WEIGHT OF A CARLOAD, CARLOAD CONSIGNMENTS, ETC. 

6. In all cases in which the classification provides a rate per 100 
pounds, per ton or per barrel, giving to carload shipments lower rates 
than apply to less than carload shipments, the standard minimum 
weight of a carload shall be 24,000 pounds, unless otherwise specified. 
Where the actual weight loaded in a car is in excess of the mini- 
mum weight, such excess may be charged for in proportion to oar- 
load rates, provided that in no case shall the amount collected on 
less than a carload exceed the price per carload. 

Carload rates apply to a carload or more, made by one shipper 
at one time, to one and the same point of delivery, to the same 
consignee, although the same may in fact be carried by the railroad 
to the point of delivery, in lots less than the amount recognized as e 
carload. 

FERTILIZERS, ARTICLES EMBRACED IN. 

7. The term "Fertilizers" embraces the following and like articles 
when intended to be used as fertilizers, to-wit: Sulphate of ammonia, 
ashes, boneblack, ground and dissolved bone, bone dust, castor pom- 
ace, cotton seed meal, cotton seed ashes, cotton seed, fish scrap. 
guano, super-phosphates, gypsum, kainit. (ierman Baits, nitre-cake. 
nitrate and sulphate of soda, oil-cake, potash, fine ground plaster, 
salt cake, saltpetre, sulphur, muck, tank-stuff and tobacco dust and 
sweepings. 

FREE, OR REDUCED RATES. 

8. Railroad companies shall not lie prevented from the carriage, 
storage, or the handling of property, free or at reduced rates, for 
charitable purposes, or to or from fairs and expositions for exhibi- 
tion thereat. 



50 

ESTIMATED WEIGHTS. 

9. Lumber, coal, lime, brick, stone, nnd all articles for which 
estimated weights are given in classification (except ale and beer, 
and empty ale and beer packages, L. 0. L.) shall be taken at actual 
weight when it can be ascertained, but when the weight can not l»e 
ascertained, may be charged for at the. following estimated weights; 
provided that nothing herein shall interfere with the duty of the 
receiving agent to weigh, if possible, and correct to actual weights. 

(TO BE U8EO WHEN ACTUAI". WEIGHTS CAN NOT BE ASCERTAINED.) 

White pine and poplar, thoroughly seasoned, [>er 1,000 feet. 3,000 lbs 

White pine and poplar, green, per 1,000 feet 4,000 lbs 

Yellow pine, black walnut and ash, seasoned, per 1,000 feet 4,000 lbs 

Yellow pine, black walnut and ash, green, per 1,000 feet . . . 4,500 lbs 

Oak, hickory and elm, seasoned, per 1,000 feet 6,000 lbs 

All other kinds of lumber, seasoned, per 1,000 feet 4,000 lbs 

All other kinds of lumber, green, per 1,000 feet 6,000 lbs 

Hoop poles, staves and hendings, dry, car loaded to a depth 

of 50 inches per car 30,000 lbs 

Hoop poles, staves and headings, green, car loaded to a 

depth of 43 inches per car 30,000 lbs 

Shingles, green, per 1,000 450 lbs 

Shingles, dry, per 1,000 350 lbs 

Laths, green, per 1,000 530 lbs 

Laths, dry, per 1,000 450 lbs 

Tan bark, green, per cord 2,600 lbs 

Tan bark, dry, per cord 2,000 lbs 

Wood, green, per cord 3,500 lbs 

Wood, dry, pec cord 3,000 lbs 

Fence posts and rails, and telegraph poles, per cord 3,500 lbs 

Clay, per cubic yard - 3,000 lbs 

Sand , per cubic yard 3,000 lbs 

Gravel, per cubic yard 3,200 lbs 

Stone, undressed, per cubic foot 160 lbs 

Lime and coal, per bushel 80 lbs 

Coke, per bushel 40 lbs 

Portland cement, per barrel 400 lbs 

Other cements, per barrel 300 lbs 

A ton is 2,000 pounds. 

10. When any article is too bulky to put in a box car, it shall be 
subject to special contract. 



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CHARGE FOR SWITCHING OR TRANSFERRING CARS WHEN PASSING 
OVER TWO OR MORE ROADS. 

11. A charge of no more thnn two dollars per car will be allowed 
for switching or transferring a car from any point on any road or 
warehouse within a space of one mile from starting point, without 
regard to weight or contents. 

When, in the transfer of a car between said points it is necessary 
to pass over the line of any intermediate road or roads, the maxi- 
mum charge of two dollars shall be equitably divided between the 
roads at interest. 

When a charge is made for the transfer of loaded cars between 
said points no additional charge shall be made for the return of the 
empty cars. 

DELIVERY OF CARS TO CONNECTING ROADS. 

12. The Commission will prescribe particular rules and conditions 
for the delivery without delay to any connecting road of the same 
gauge of cars consigned to points beyond such connecting roads, so 
as to promote speedy transportation and prevent unjust discrimina- 
tion. Due regard will l>e had in each instance to the attainment 
of such purposes. 

RIGHTS OF SHIPPER TO ROUTE FREIGHTS. 

13. The right of a shipper to direct by what line or lines of rail- 
roads in this State his shipments shall be transported within the 
State of Florida shall be observed by all the railroads of this State. 

RAILROADS MUST ACT AS COMMON CARRIERS. 

14. No railroad company shall decline or refuse to act as a com- 
mon carrier to transport any article proper for transportation. 

COMPUTATION OF PERCENTAGES. 

15. In the computation of percentages,' if, after the percentage 
prescribed shall have been added or subtracted, as the case may be, 
there should be a fraction, any fraction of a cent less than one-half 
cent shall be discarded, and any of half cent or over may be counted 
as one cent. 

RATE ON SMALL SHIPMENTS. 

16. Railroad companies may collect twenty-five cents as a min- 
imum charge on a single shipment, however small. 

CLASSIFICATION. 

17. The Southern Freight Classification No. 25, in force October 
1st, 1897, and the current additions to and changes therein, as shall 



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lie officially announced by said Association, will be observed by the 
railroad companies doing business in this Slate, subject, however, to 
such additions thereto and changes therein as have been prescribed 
by the Railroad Commissioners of Florida, as contained in the follow- 
ing " Exception Sheet," and to such other further additions and 
Changes as may be made from time to time hereafter by said Commis- 
sioners. 

EXCEPTION SHEET. 



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Barrels, flour, sugar, whiskey and spirit, and except where 
agreed Hates arc lower, L. C. L 

Barrels empty, except ale and beer, and except where agreed 
rales are lower, CI- 

Bones, hoofs and horns, 0. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum, shipper to 
load and tin load 

Box and barrel material, C. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum 

Box and barrel material, I,. C. L., K. D. in bundles, 50 per cent, 
of 

Brick, common or tire, C. L., 30,000 lbs. minimum 

Brick, L. C. L., 50 per cent, of :.. 

CarlK>lenum, in barrels 

Cedar, C. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum 

Cedar, L. C. L 

Cement, C. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum 

Cement, L. C. L 

Coal and coke, C. I-., 24,000 lbs. minimum 

Coal and coke, L. 0. L. in barrels and sacks 

Fertilizers, any quantity 

Hay and grain, mixed, carloads, 20,000 lbs. minimutn 

Hay. in bales, I.. C. L 

Honey in barrels, O.K.I- 

Household goods, old furniture and emigrant moveables, well 
packed, value limited to $5 per 100 lbs. in case of loss or 
damage and so expressed in B. I-., C. L.. 20,000 lbs., with 
or without live stock ; when with live stock, not to exceed 
5 head, one attendant to have free passage 

Ice, C. I-., 24,000 lbs. minimum 

Ice, L. C. L., packed, prepaid 

Insecticide, liquid, in barrels. ." 

Iron — Bridge, pig, scrap, railroad, spikes, chairs, frogs. C. L. 
24,000 lbs. minimum, per ton. 2.000 lbs 

Iron — Enumerated in Southern Freight Classifications as spe- 
cial iron (except as enumerated above), C. I... 21.000 lbs., 
two-thirds of 

Laths, C. L.. 24,000 lbs. minimum 

Laths, L. C. L., 50 per cent, of 

Lime, C. L., 24.000 lbs. minimum 

Lime, L. C. L 

Live stock, C. L., 20.000 lbs. minimum (see note governing val- 
uation) 



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EXCEPTION SHEET— Continued. 



Live stock, I-. O. 1-., at estimated weights as shown hereafter 

(see note governing valuation) . 
Lumber, C. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum 
Lumber, L. 0. L., 50 per cent, of 



Machinery, including boilers, engines, or parts thereof, C. L. of 
20,000 lbs. minimum 

Melons, L. C. L 

Moss, in bales or sacks, C. L. . . . 

Moss, in bales or sacks, L. C. L. 

Oil — Coal or its products in iron casks or drums (coal or kero- 
sene, naphtha, benzine and gasoline), actual weight, L.C.L. 

Orange sizers 

Palmetto leaves and fiber and Florida muss, in boxes or pressed 
in bales, ('. L., 20,000 lbs. minimum 

Palmetto leaves and liber and Florida moss, in boxes or pressed 
in bales, L. C. L 

Palmetto berries in boxes, barrels or sacks, value limited to t> 
cents per pound, L. C. I. 
Same, 0. I. 



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N 

A 
D 
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D 



Peas, cow or field, any iiuantity I) 

Pipe and tile, earthen, drain or roofing, C. L., 25,000 lbs.. 50 per 

cent, of A 

Pipe, sewer, C. L., 25,000 lbs. minimum, 50 per cent, of A 

Plaster, wall, adamant, ('. I,., 24,000 lbs. minimum L 

Plaster, wall, adamant, L. C. L K 

Pitch, C. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum M 

Pitch, L. C. L K 

Poles and posts, 0. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum P 

Poles and posts, L. 0. F,., 50 per cent 6 

Rosin, C. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum M 

Roain, L. 0. L K 

Rosin dross, C. L-, 24,000 lbs. minimum M 

Kosin dross, L.C.L ... K 

Hoofing slate, ('. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum M 

Salt, O.I., 24.000 lbs. minimum O 

Salt, common, L. C. L., 75 per cent, of 6 

Sawdust, O. L., 24,000 lbs., 75 per cent, of P 

Seed, lieggar weed 3 

Shingles, C. L.. 24,000 lbs. minimum P 

Shingles, L. C. L., 50 per cent of. . . 6 

Stone, rough, and gravel or stone, (!. L-, 80,000 lbs. minimum P 

Syrup, in barrels. 0. P.. fully released R 

Tar. including coal. (A I... 24.0011 lbs. minimum M 

Tar, including coal tar, L. O. L Js 

Trees and shrubbery, boxed or baled, 0. L, 20,000 lbs N 

Turpentine, spirits of, in barrels K 

Turpentine stills and fixtures .... ... | 

Turtles, live, fully released, prepaid I 

Wood.O. L., 24,000 lbs. minimum P 



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For points on Pensacola & Atlantic and Pensacola Divisions of 
the Louisville & Nashville Railroad and the Yellow River Railroad, 
the Louisville & Nashville classification and exceptions will apply. 

JOINT RATES SHALL BE SUM OF LOCALS. 

18. On all shipments of freights not governed by Rule No. 1> 
originating and terminating in this State, which shall pass over the 
whole or portions of two or more roads, not under the same control, 
the maximum rate charged on such shipments shall not be greater 
than the sum of the local rates on such freights for the. distance 
hauled over each road. The total rate thus ascertained on such 
freights from the point of shipment to the point of destination shall 
be divided in such proportions between the roads over which such 
freights pass so as to give to each road interested in the shipment 
its local rate for the distance such shipment is hauled, conditioned 
upon the initial line delivering the traffic to the delivering road at its 
nearest junctional point. 

Nothing in this rule shall be construed to prevent the total of 
any joint rate made under this rule from being divided in such pro- 
portions between the roads interested in the same as they may agree 
upon, but a failure to so agree between the roads interested shall in 
no way affect the total joint rate to be charged and collected on, or 
work delay in the transportation of such freight, or be subject of 
appeal to the Commission by the roads at interest. 

FREIGHT RECEIPTS. 

10. All railroad companies in this State shall upon demand issue 
duplicate freight receipts to all shippers of freight, in which shall l>e 
stated the class or classes of freight shipped, freight charges over the 
railroad issuing such receipt, and as far as practicable shall state the 
charges upon the same over the connecting roads transporting such 
freight ; and in all cases the railroad receiving such freight shipped 
shall be held in all the courts of this State as responsible for the 
prompt and safe delivery of same to its point of destination within a 
reasonable time required for its transportation, which reasonable 
length of time shall be determined after due investigation by said 
Railroad Commission. When the consignee of such freight presents 
the railroad receipt to the agent of the railroad last transporting said 
freight such agent shall deliver the articles shipped upon the pay- 
ment of the rates charged for the class of freight as stipulated in said 
railroad receipt. 

DELIVERY OF FREIGHTS. 

20. Railroad companies shall deliver to each consignee of freight 
the article or articles mentioned in the receipt (or bill of lading) on 
the payment of the lawful rate for the class or classes of freight 



55 

transported, and the consignee shall not l)e compelled to pay for any 
article or articles not received by him. Where n part of the articles 
mentioned in the receipt shall reach the point of destination, it shall 
be the duty of the railroad company at such point to deliver the 
same, upon the payment by the consignee of the freight charges on 
said article or articles, notwithstanding the remainder of the articles 
mentioned in the receipts may have been delayed or lost. 



» 



IV. RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE 
TRANSPORTATION OF LIVE STOCK. 

No. 1. The weights given below are estimated and not actual, and 
are used simply to get the rating on live stock. (To illustrate: One 
horse, mule or horned animal is estimated at the same rate as 2,000 
lbs., of any kind of first-class freight at carriers risk, and second-class 
at owners risk). 

ESTIMATED WEIGHTS. 

One horse, mule or horned animal, except as specified below 2,000 lbs. 

Two horses, mules or horned animals, except as specified be- 
low, in the same car and from the same shipper to the 
same consignee 3,500 lbs. 

Each additional horse, mule or horned animal, except as 
si>ecified below, the same car and from the same shii>- 
per to the same consignee 1 ,000 lbs. 

Stallions, jacks and bulls, each 3,000 lbs. 

Each cow and calf, together 2,500 lbs. 

Each mare and foal, together 2,500 lbs. 

Colts under one year old, except stallions .1 ,000 lbs. 

Cattle, under one year old, except bulls 1,000 lbs. 

Hogs, sheep, lambs, calves and other small animals l>oxed, 
taken at actual weight, but no single shipment of live 
stock to be charged at less than 100 lbs 

1 logs for market, loose, each 350 lbs. 

Stock hogs (i. e. for feeding), loose L2S lbs. 

Sheep, loose, each 175 lbs. 

Sheep, loose, in lots of live or more, eatih 150 lbs. 

Lambs, loose, each 100 lbs. 

Lambs, loose, in lots of five or more, each . .... 75 lbs. 

Calves, loose, each I7"> lbs. 

Calves, loose, in lots of five or more, each 150 lbs. 

In no case shall the charge for less than a carload of live stock 

exceed the charge for a carload. 



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MIXED SHIPMENTS. 

Note 1 — The rates on live stock, as classified in this Exception 
Sheet, ure bused on the following valuations: 

each. 

1 1' uses and mules, not over . . $ 75 00 

I liirnetl cattle, not over 30 00 

Stallions, jacks and bulls, not over 150 00 

Lambs, calves, hogs or sheep, not over 5 00 

Mare and colt, together, not over .... 100 00 

Cow and calf, together, not over 35 00 

Xo. 2. Mixed shipment of cattle, hogs, lambs, etc., will be taken 
in carloads at carload rates for cattle, but carriers will be released 
from damage to animals eaused by their own acts, or to each other, 
and from escape, if not haltered, suffocation, exhaustion from heat 
or cold. 

The foregoing Rules and Regulations adopted September 30th, 
A. D. 1897, and shall go into effect on the 1st day of November, A. 
D. 1897. 

K. 11. M. Davidson, Chairman, 
Jons M. Bkvax, 
H. E. Day, 

Railroad Commissioners. 



Office of Railroad Commission-. State of Florida, / 
Tallahassee, Fi.a.. September 30, 189?. f 
The following schedule of rates for each railroad doing business in whole or in part, in 
Florida, adopted September 150, 1807. to go into effect November 1. lsft;, is published for the 
information of all concerned, to-wit : 



DISTANCES 



10 Miles nnd unde,r 

20 " " over 10 Miles 

30 20 " 

40 30 " 



50 " 


" 40 


i;o •■ 


" 50 


70 " 


" fiO 


80 •' 


" 70 


90 " 


'■ 80 


100 •• 


" 90 


no • 


" 100 


120 '• 


" 110 



Plant System of Railways. 



ft. 





30 




34 




38 




42 




48 




50 




54 




58 




62 




66 




89 




72 | 



27 24 20 18 15 11 

31 28 23 21 17 15 

SB 81 26 24 19 17 

38 34 28 26 21 19 



B 



41 37 80 28 23 21 16 

44 40 32 30 25 23 17 

47 43 34 32 27 24 18 

50 46 36 34 29 25 19 

58 49 38 36 31 26 20 
56 52 40 38 33 27 21 

59 54 42 40 '35 28 22 
62 56 44 42 37 29 23 



11 9 19 21 1 

12 10 21 24 18 

14 11 23 27 20 

15 11 25 30 22 



C D E H 



16 12 27 33 24 

17 13 29 36 26 

18 14 31 39 28 

19 15 33 42 30 

20 15 35 45 31 

21 16 37 47 32 

22 17 39 49 33 

23 18 41 50 34 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS.- £ 



- s 

H a 



Per Ton 
2,000 
Lbs. 



2 2,000 

fa 

H 

£ 



I 

PER CARLOAD | 

i 



i 



R 



751 10 8 0010 00 5 00 8 
901 2011 0012 00 7 00 9 



9 i 051 3(114 0014 00 
10 1 201 4016 0015 00 



8 0010 

9 0011 



10U 301 5018 0016 0010 0012 

11 1 401 0020 0017 0011 0013 
11.11 501 7022 0018 0011 0014 

12 1 601 7524 0019 0012 0015 

12J1 701 8026 0O20 0013 0016 

13 1 751 8528 0021 0014 Oil 17 
13A1 801 9029 0022 0014 0018 

14 1 851 9529 0023 00:15 0019 



s 



130 Miles and over 120 Miles 
130 '• 
140 " 
160 " 



160 

170 

lsn 
190 

200 
210 
220 
230 

240 
280 
260 
270 

280 
29ii 
800 
310 

320 
330 
340 
350 

36o 
370 
380 



140 


u 


150 


It 


160 


a 


170 


ii 


180 


it 


190 


i. 


200 


" 


210 


it 


220 


i. 


230 


u 


240 


it 


250 


II 


260 


II 


270 


II 


280 


II 


290 




300 


II 


310 


II 


320 


'* 


330 


II 


340 


11 


350 


II 


:soo 


11 


370 


• • 


BSD 


'* 


390 


" 


UK) 


■I 



75 


85 


78 


68 


80 


70 


82 


72 


84 


74 


86 


76 


88 


78 


90 


80 


92 


82 


94 


84 


96 


86 


98 


88 



100 90 

101 91 

102 91 

103 92 



46 |44 

48 J46 

50 48 

52 49 

54 50 

5(i 51 

58 52 

60 53 



39 30 24 24 

41 131 25 25 

43 32 26 26 

44 33 27 27 



45 34 28 

46 ,35 28 

47 ! 30 29 

48 37 3(i 



67 61 54 49 38 31 

68 62 55 50 39 32 

69 63 56 51 40 38 

70 :64 67 63 41 ;J4 

71 65 58 53 42 86 

72 66 159 54 43 136 

73 67 60 55 :44 37 

74 08 61 56 45 38 



104 

105 98 76 

106 94 77 71 64 59 
Hi7 95 78 71 64 59 



92 75 69 62 57 
70 63 58 



48 39 

47 40 



108 96 "8 72 05 60 10 42 

109 96 79 72 68 60 49 12 
100 96 79 73 06 61 50 43 

110 96 80 73 66 61 50 43 

ill 97 80 78 86 til 50 48 

112 98 81 74 67 62 61 44 

113 09 82 74 87 62 51 44 

114 100 S3 75 68 62 51 44 



32 23 52 60 43 

38 24 [53 61 44 

34 24 53 62 45 

35 25 54 63 46 



19 43 

19 45 

20 47 

20 48 

21 49 

21 50 

22 51 

23 52 



51 86 

52 38 

53 37 

54 38 

55 39 

56 40 

57 41 
68 4-' 



20 54 

26 55 

26 55 

27 |56 



64 47 

65 48 

66 49 

67 50 



27 57 168 51 

28 57 69 52 
12 28 58 70 53 
42 28 58 71 53 



2! I 59 

30 80 

30 60 

81 61 



44 31 61 

45 32 01 
15 32 81 
15 82 02 



1411 902 0031 

15 1 952 0532 
15} 2 002 1033 

16 2 052 1534 

101.2 102 2035 
16i'2 152 2130 
16*2 102 22 37 
16.12 172 2338 



0024 Of) 16 0020 

0025 W 16 0021 
0*26 0017 0022 
0127 0017 0023 



0028 00 
00.29 00 
0030 00 
0030 50 



2 182 24|38 0031 00 
2 192 25!39 0031 OP 
2 202 2639 0031 00 
2 212 2739 0032 00 



18 2 22 
20 2 28 
20 i2 24 
20 2 252 



202 



2 2 
2 2 

2 28 



2 272 



72 54 21 

73 54 22 

74 55 22 

75 55 



18 00 24 

19 00241 

19 0025 

20 00251 

20 0021, 

21 0028} 

21 0027 

22 00271 



0022 



2 2840 0032 

2 2941 00:32 00 

2 3041 00|33 

3142 0033 00 



0028 

22 00281 

23 0029 
23 00291 



0023 



3242 0033 0024 0030 
33(48 0034 0024 IHI3<> 
2 3443 0031 0024 0031 
21 2 292 3544 0031 0024 0031 



)•) 



2 302 3644 
2 81 2 3745 
2 322 3845 
2 332 3940 



70 55 22 

77 50 28 

78 50 28 
7d 50 28 



2 342 1010 
2 35 2 4347 
2 362 4647 

2 37 2 5.i is 



0035 0025 00132 

ik >:;r, 0025 0032 
0035 00125 "033 
0035 0025 0084 

0035 0626 0084 
ik) 36 0027 0O86 

0036 00 27 ik i35 
0030 0O28 0036 



ka 



.»_ 



1 



DISTANCES 



Plant System of Railway**, ooattoned. 

CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 3 § 1,000° PER CARLOAD § 



4U)M 


lets nnd 


over 400 M 


les 


420 • 




" 410 




430 ' 




• 420 


. 


HO ' 




- 130 




450 • 




•• 440 




460 ' 




•■ 450 




470 " 




•• 460 




480 " 




•• 470 




490 • 




■• 480 




500 " 




" 490 





2 3 4 



115 '101 K4 76 

115 101 84 76 

115 101 84 76 

116 102 85 177 



5 6 



B C D E H 



S fi) Lbs. 

Oh Oh 



F K L 







P 



I 



R 



69 63 52 48 46 34 63 80 57 24 4 103 9751 0030 0034 0037 

69 63 52 45 40 34 63 80 57 24 4 103 9751 0036 0034 (1037 

69 63 52 45 46 34 63 80 67 ,24 4 103 9751 0036 0034 0037 

70 64 53 46 47 35 64 81 58 25 4 113 9751 0040 0034 0038 



1 16 102 85 77 70 64 53 46 47 35 64 81 58 

116 102 85 77 70 64 53 46 47 35 64 81 58 

117 103 86 78 71 65 54 47 48 36 65 82 59 26 4 124 0051 0042 0034 0039 
117 103 86 78 71 85 54 47 48 36 65 82 59 26 4 124 0151 0042 0034 0039 



25 4 114 0051 0040 0034 0038 
25 4 11 4 0051 0040 0034 0038 



117 103 86 78 71 05 54 47 48 36 65 82 511 

118 104 S7 7» 72 (16 '55 48 49 37 06 83 00 



26 4 124 0551 0042 0034 (IO39 

27 4 134 0552 0044 0034 0040 



Full passenger fare, four (4) cents per mile. 



S8 



1 



Schedule of Freight Tarills, Revised, Allowed and Adopted by the Railroad Coniuiission, 

State of Florida. 

For Plant System of Railways, 

Between (taker's Mill and Gainesville, Fin., inclusive, and Boulogne, Fla.. to Jacksonville, iiu-lnsive. 



DISTANCES 



5 Miles 

10 " 

15 " 

20 " 

25 " 

30 " 

35 •' 

40 " 

45 " 

60 " 

55 " 

60 " 



SPECIAL RATES 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 



33 
36 
89 
41 

44 
45 

48 
49 






■a 
•J 



IS 17 15 12 

24 21 20 15 

27 i 24 23 ! 18 

30 27 24121 



27 24 
29126 

32 29 

33 30 24 IS 



11 9 
14 [12 
17 1 14 

18 15 

20 IT 

21 17 
23 18 



26 20 

27 20 

28 21 
28 21 



9 6 
12, 8 

li 
15 ID 



44 4 

51 5 

6 5.J 

7 6 



18 12 
is 12 



:'(i 13 

20 18 

21 14 
21 l-l 



H F 



K 



11 12 9 4 

14 16 11 5 
17 18112* 51 

15 21 I4"i 6 



17 11 71 7 20 
17 II 71 7 21 
8 i 71 23 
8 7J 24 



21 15 
26 15 7 



Per Ton 

2,000 
Lbs. 



I 



L M 



PER CARLOAD 2 g 
i 



£ 



N 



R 



29 16 

30 16 



32 17} 8 

88 171 8 

35 18 8 

35 18 9 



35 65 8 00 5 50 4 00 4 8 

50 80 8 00' 6 00 5 00 5 , 4 

55 8511 00 9 00| 6 00j 5} 41 

60; 9011 0010 0d 7 OOi 6 5 

651 9514 00,11 00 8 00 61 5 

701 0014 0011 00 8 00 7 51 

75;1 0516 0012 00 9 00 7 J 6" 

801 1016 00112 00 9 00 8 61 

851 1518 0013 0010 00 81 61 

90|1 2018 0013 00h0 00 9 6J 

951 2520 0014 00|l0 00 9 i 61 

951 3020 0014 0011 0010 f 



I 



S 



4 
6 
6 

7 

7 
8 
8 
9 

9 
10 
10 
11 



65 
70 
75 
80 

85 

90 

95 

100 



49 


45 


39|35 


28 


21 


21115 


SU 


9 


28 36 


19 


9 


50 


46 


41 36 


28 21 


21 15 


9J il 


28 311 


19 


9 


53 


49 


42 38 


29 22 


22 16 


10 


9.1 


29 38 


20 


91 


55 


50 


43 


39 


29 


22 


22 16 


10 


9i 


29139 


20 


9* 


57 


52 


45 


40 


31 


24 


24 17 


11 


10 


31 


40 


211 


91 


59 


53 46 


40 


3 J 


24 


24 17 


11 


10 


31 


40 


211 


»i 


62 


56 


48 


40 


31 


25 


25; 18 


114 


11 


31 


40 


23 


in 


62 


55 


48 


40 


31 


25 


1'.-. 18 


uj 


U 


31 


40 


23 


L0 



1 Old 3522 0015 0011 
t 001 4022 0015 0011 
1 051 4524 0016 0012 
1 101 5024 0016 0012 

I IM 5K28 00 17 0013 
1 151 6026 0017 0013 

1 201 11528 0017 0014 
1 201 7028 0017 0014 



0010 


7 


11 


0011 


7 


12 


0011 


74 


12 


00.12 

00 12 


74 


13 


74 


13 


00|13 


71 


14 


0014 


8 


15 


(XI 14 


8 


15 



When the mileage does not end in or ">. the nearest mileage so ending shall govern. Thus: For a distance of 
27 miles, charge for 25 miles ; for 28 miles, charge for 30 miles. 



Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad Co. 



DISTANCES 



2 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 5 = '"oOO* P£ R CARLOAD § 

* fa Lbs. fa 



10 Miles 


and under 


30 


20 


•• 


" over 


10 Miles. . . . 


34 


3<) 


•• 


.. 


20 " .... 


38 


40 


•• 


.. .. 


30 " . 


42 


50 


•• 


.. 


10 •• 


40 


60 


•• 


.. 


50 " .... 


50 


70 


•• 


•• 


(HI " 


54 


TO 


" 


• • •« 


70 " .... 


58 


90 


•• 


•• .i 


S(l •■ .... 


62 


100 


•■ 


•• 


90 " 


06 


110 


•• 


.. 


!O0 '• 


69 


120 


• « 


.. 


no '• 


72 


130 


• • 


• 4 ,1 


120 " 


75 


140 


" 




130 " .... 


78 


160 


•• 


" 


140 " 


80 


100 


•• 


•' 


150 - 


82 



o- a. 



12 3 4 



56ABCDEHFK L 



H N 



PR* 



27 24 20 IS 15 U 10 11 9 19 21 16 7 751 10 8 0010 IK) B 00 8 

81 28 23 21 17 15 12 12 10 21 24 18 8 901 2011 0012 00 7 (X) 9 

35 31 26 24 19 17 14 14 11 23 27 20 1 051 3014 00 14 00 8 0010 

38 34 28 26 21 19 15 15 II 25 30 22 10 1 201 4010 0015 00 9 0011 

41 37 30 28 23 21 16 16 12 27 33 24 10.11 301 5018 0016 0010 0012 

44 40 32 30 25 23 17 17 13 29 36 26 11 1 401 6020 (X) 17 0011 0013 

47 43 34 32 27 24 18 18 14 31 39 28 11.'. I 501 7022 0018 0011 0013 

50 46 36 34 29 25 19 19 15 33 42 30 12 1 601 7524 0019 0012 0015 

53 49 38 36 31 26 20 20 15 35 45 31 12U 701 8026 0020 0013 0016 

56 52 40 38 33 27 21 21 16 37 47 32 13 1 75:1 8528 0021 0014 0017 

59 54 42 40 35 28 22 22 17 39 49 33 13J 1 801 11020 0022 0014 0018 

62 56 44 42 37 29 23 23 18 41 50 34 11 I 851 9529 0023 0015 0019 

65 58 46 -14 39 30 24 24 19 43 51 35 14', 1 902 0031 0024 00 16 0020 

68 60 48 46 41 31 25 25 19 45 52 .36 15 1 952 0532 0025 0016 0021 

70 61 50 48 43 32 26 26 20 17 53 37 15.1 2 002 1033 0026 0017 O022 

82 72 62 52 49 44 33 27 27 20 48 54 1 38 16 2 052 1534 0027 0017 0023 



t 



8 

1 
s 



£ 



170 
180 
190 
200 

210 
220 
230 
240 

250 
260 
270 
280 

200 
300 
310 
320 

330 

3-ld 
350 
360 

370 
380 
390 
400 



160 
170 
180 
190 

200 
210 
220 
230 

240 
250 
260 
270 

280 

290 
300 
310 

320 

330 
340 
350 

360 
37(1 
380 
390 



84 
86 
88 
90 



98 

100 
101 
102 
103 

104 
105 
106 
107 

108 
109 
LOO 

110 

111 
(112 
113 
114 



74 
76 
78 
BO 



H2 82 
94 84 



88 

90 
91 
91 
92 

92 
98 

Hi 
95 

95 
90 
96 
96 



54 1 50 45 34 
56 51 46 35 
5K 52 47 36 
60:53 48 37 



67 61 
68162 

69 63 

70 (14 



54149 3S 31 
55; 50 39; 32 

56 51 40 33 

57 52 41 34 



65 58 58 42 
66. 59; 54 43 

67 CO 55 44 

68 61 56 45 



75 69 62 57 46 

76 70 63 58 47 

77 71 64 59 48 

78 71 64 59 48 

78 72 65 60 49 

79 72 66 60 49 

79 73 66 61 50 

80 73 66 61 50 



66 01 50 
07 62 51 

67 62 51 

(IS 62 51 



97 


80 


73 


98 


81 


7-1 


99 


82 


74 


LOO 


83 


75 



Full passenger fnre four (4) cents per mile. 



:i6Jtt> 



36 26 

37 2(1 

38 26 



38 39127 



49 55 39 

50 56 40 164 

51 57 41 16* 

52 58 42 16 j 



23 52 60 

24 53 61 
24 58 112 



25 54 63 46 18 



43 18 

44 18 

45 18 



54 64 

55 65 

55 66 

56 67 

57 68 

57 09 

58 70 
58)71 

59 72 

60 73 
60 , 74 

61 75 ! 55 22 



47 18 
48,20 

49 20 

50 20 

51120 

52 20 

53 21 

53 21 

54 21 

54 22 

55 22 



111 


1 
76 


(il 


77 


111 


78 


62 


79 



55 22 

56 23 
56 23 
56 23 



102 2085 0028 0018 0024 
2 152 2136 0029 0019 0024* 
2 182 2237 0030 0019 0025 
2 172 2338 0030 0020 00253 

2 182 2438 0031 0020 0026 
2 192 25:39 0031 0021 (10|261 
2 202 2689 0031 0021 0027" 
2 21 2 2739 0032 0022 0027* 

2 222 2840 0032 0022 0028 
2 232 2941 0032 0022 0028.1 
2 242 30.41 0033 0023 0029" 
2 252 3142 0088 0023 00J29J 

2 262 3242 0033 0024 0030 
2 272 3343 0034 (024 00 30 
2 282 3443 0034 0024 00;3l 
2 292 86*44 0034 0024 0031 

2 30 2 36144 0035 0025 0032 
2 312 37 45 00:55 0025 0032 
2 322 3845 0035 (X)25 0033 
2 332 3946 00s35 002.") 0084 

2 312 mill 11035 (KI26 0034 
2 352 4347 0036 0027 0085 
2 362 4647 00 36 0027 0035 
2 37 2 5048 (1036 on 28 0036 



S 



Atlantic, Suwannee River & Gulf Railway. 




DISTANCES 



10 Miles and under 

20 " " over 10 Miles 
80 " " " 20 " 
40 30 •* 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LHS. 5 * T06T PER CARLOAD Si * 5 



1 2 3 4 



5 6 A B C 



E 



H F K L M 



30 27 24 20 18 15 11 10 11 19 21 16 7 
34 31 28 |23 21 17 15 12 12 10 21 24 18 i 8 
38 35 81 



26 |24 19 17 14 14 111 28 27 20 j 9 



751 10 
901 20 

I 051 30 



N 



P R 



42 38 34 28 26 21 ID 15 15 11 25 30 22 10 I 201 4016 00!l5 Oo! 9 0011 13 



8 0010 OO! 5 00 8 | 18 
11 0012 00 7 00 1 9 13 
14 0014 00| 8 00 10 13 



Full passenger fare four (4) cents per mile. 



1 



10 
10 
10 

II 



£ 



Gainesville & Gulf Railway Co. 



10 Miles mid under 

20 " " over 10 Miles 

30 • 20 " . 

40 30 " . 



30 27 24 

34 31 28 

38 35 31 

42 ' 38 34 



20 18 15 11 110 II 
23 21 17 15 12 12 



24 j!9 17 14 14 
26 21 19 15 15 



Full passenger fare four ;4) cents per mile 



9 19 21 16 7 

10 |21 24 18 8 

11 28 27 20 9 
11 25 30 22 10 



75 1 10 

901 20 

1 051 30 

1 201 40 



8 0010 OO 5 00 8 13 10 

11 00jl2 00 7 OO: 9 13 10 

14 0014 OO 8 0010 13 10 

16 0015 00, 9 00111 18 10 



L 



_• 



DISTANCES 



in Miles mid under. 



Florida East Coast Railway. 



Per Ton 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. Jj 5 2,000 PER CARLOAD © J 2 

ft. a. b. g. «■ 



1 2 



4 5 6 A B C 



30 " 


" aver 1(1 Mill 


8 . . . 8-1 


31 


28 


23 


30 " 


'• 20 •• 


. . 38 


35 


31 


26 


■10 •■ 


" 30 " 


... 42 


38 


34 


28 


so •• 


•• 4d " 


.. 46 


41 


37 


30 


60 " 


" 50 " 


.. 50 


44 


40 


B2 


70 " 


•• 60 " 


54 


47 


43 


HI 


80 •' 


- 70 " 


68 


50 


46 


88 


90 •• 


•• 80 •• 


.. <* 


r.:i 


49 38 


10(1 •• 


•• 90 - 


.. 66 


50 


|52 


40 


111) " 


" 100 •• 


... 60 


59 


54 


42 


120 " 


•• no •• 


72 


62 


56 


44 


130 •' 


'• 120 " 


... 75 


65 !58 


46 


140 •• 


" 130 •' 


.. 78 


68 


60 


48 


150 " 


" 1-10 " 


.. 80 


70 


Wl 


50 


160 " 


'• 150 •' 


....'82 


72 


62 


52 



18 15 II 10 II 19 21 16 7 ' 751 10 8 0010 (X) 5 00 8 

21 17 15 12 12 10 21 24 18 8 901 2011 0012 00 7 00 9 

24 10 IT 14 14 11 23 27 20 9 I 051 3014 0014 00 8 0010 

26 21 19 15 15 11 25 30 22 10 1 201 4016 0015 00 0011 



E H F K L M N 



P R 



28 23 21 16 16 12 27 33 24 10A 1 301 5018 0016 0010 0012 

30 25 23 17 17 13 29 36 26 11 1 401 6020 00*17 0011 0013 

32 27 24 18 18 14 31 39 28 llil 501 7022 001K 0012 0014 

34 20 25 19 19 15 33 42 30 12 I 601 7524 0019 0013 0015 

36 31 26 20 20 15 35 45 31 12J1 701 8026 0020 0014 0016 

38 33 27 21 21 16 37 47 32 13 1 751 8528 0021 0014 5017 

40 35 28 22 22 17 39 49 33 13J 1 801 90 29 0022 0015 0018 

42 37 29 23 28 18 41 50 34 14 1 851 9529 0023 0016 0019 



44 39 30 24 24 19 43 51 35 14{ ! 

46 41 31 25 25 19 45 52 30 15 

48 43 32 26 26 20 47 53 37 15*12 002 1033 0026 0018 0022 

49 44 33 27 27 20 48 54 38 16 '2 052 1534 0027 0019 0023 



1 902 0031 0024 0017 0020 
1 952 0532 0025 0017 5021 



170 Miles and over 160 M 



180 
190 

200 

210 
220 
230 
240 

250 

260 
270 
280 

290 
300 
310 
320 

330 
340 
350 
360 

370 



170 
180 
19(1 

200 
210 

220 
230 

240 
250 
260 
270 

280 

200 
300 
310 

320 
330 
340 
350 

360 



les 



84 74 63 54 50 45 34 28 28 21 49 55 39 16} 2 102 20,35 0028 0019 5024 
76 64 56 51 46 35 28 29 21 50 56 40 . 10 J 2 152 2136 0029 0020 00241 



88 
90 



78 65 68 52 47 88 29 30 22 51 57 41 16$ 2 162 2237 0030 0020 00125 



80 66 60 53 48 



F 



30 31 23 52 58 42 16} 2 172 2338 0030 5020 5025* 



92 ! 82 67 61 54 :49 38 81 32 28 52 60 43 18 2 182 2+38 0031 0021 0026 

94 I 84 68 62 55 50 39 |32 33 24 53 61 44 18 2 192 2539 0031 0022 00261 

96 86 69 63 56 51 40 33 34 24 53 62 45 18 2 202 2639 0031 0022 60J27 

98 88 70 64 57 52 41 34 85 25 54 63 46 IK 2 212 2739 0032 0022 5027} 

100 90 71 65 58 53 42 35 36 26 54 64 47 18 2 222 2840 0032 0023 00(28 

101 91 72 66 59 54 43 36 37 26 55 65 48 20 2 232 2941 0032 0024 00281 

102 91 73 67 60 55 44 37 38 26 55 66 49 20 2 242 3041 0033 0025 0029 

103 92 74 68 61 56 45 38 39 27 56 67 50 20 2 252 3142 0033 0026 0029} 

104 92 75 69 62 57 46 39 40 27 57 68 51 20 2 262 3242 0033 0027 0030 

105 03 76 70 63 5K 47 40 41 28 57 69 52 20 2 272 3343 0034 0027 5030 



106 
107 



114 77 71 64 59 48 41 42 28 58 70 53 21 2 2H2 3443 0034 0028 0031 
95 78 71 84 59 48 41 42 28 58 71 53 21 2 292 3544 0034 0029 5031 



108 95 78 72 65 60 49 42 43 29 59 72 54 21 2 302 3644 0035 0031 0032 

109 96 79 72 66 60 49 42 43 30 60 73 54 22 2 813 3745 0035 0032 5032 

109 96 79 73 66 61 50 43 44 30 60 74 55 22 2 322 3845 0035 0034 0033 

110 , 06 M) 73 86 61 50 43 44 31 lil 75 55 22 2 332 3946 0035 0035 50J84 

..HI I 97 80 73 66 61 50 43 44 31 61 76 55 22 2 342 4046 0035 0037 0034 



To be used only between stations on Atlantic & "Western Branch. 



10 Miles mid under 

20 •' " over 10 Miles 
30 20 " . 



80 
36 

in 



27 24 21 


is 


35 30 28 


24 


36 32 30 


26 



12 10 9 
II 10 10 
16 11 12 



18 22 



85 
1 00 



II I IHI 



I DO S « K I III III! 

1 20 
I 20 



11 0011 00 



14 00)12 00 8 0OJ20 



5 OffilS 
7 0018 



Full passenger fare four (4) cents per mile. 



s 



Florida Midland Railroad. 



DISTANCES 



10 Miles and tinder 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 



20 
30 
40 

50 



25 



over 10 Miles 32 

" 20 " 40 

"30 " 46 



23 



30 



28 24 



40 



50 j 46 41 [34 



30 



37 29 



B 



12 '10 12 

14 13 14 
17 15 16 



:>1 



19 17 



7 8 

8 10 

9 11 

in 12 



22 21 ;18 11 



18 



E H 



K 



Per Ton o 

2 000 ^R CARLOAD ° 

| 



L M 



N 



Full passenger fare four (4) cents per mile. 



R 



& 

t 



s 

S 

k. 



tf 3 



15 5 80100 8 0010 00 5 00 7 10 8 

19 6 901 1511 00112 00, 7 00 8 ' 11 8 

20 7 1 001 2514 00|13 00] 8 00 9 12 8 
, 8 1 101 3516 00J14 00 9 0010 12 9 

22 9 1 201 4518 0015 0010 0011 13 



Pensacola & Atlantic Division Louisville & Nashville Railroad. 



DISTANCES 



I S 

Is 

CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LRS. | 2 

t 



CARLOADS 



£ 



1 I 2 



6 A 



B C 



E H F 



Per 100 ft* Per C " 

Lbs. ft«< 



s 
M 



04 



K ! H | Coal f* 

'si 



«* L 



t i 



i 



s 

-a 



10 Miles and tinder 

15 " " over 10 Miles 

20 " '• " 15 

25 " " •' 20 



30 
35 
40 
45 

50 
55 
60 
65 

70 
75 
80 
65 



25 
30 
35 

4(1 

45 
50 
55 
60 

65 
70 
75 
80 



25 
80 
32 
35 

37 

in 



17 16 15 
20 19 18 



28 



42 37 

43 40 

45 1 41 

47 42 

48 43 
50 44 

52 45 

55 ; 45 

57 47 

58 50 



27 25 

30 27 

32 29 

33 30 

34 31 

35 32 

36 33 

37 34 

40 36 

41 37 

42 38 

43 39 

44 40 



21 20 
23 21 



15 15 6 

18 1 18 1 7 

20 20, 7 

21 21 9 



6 15 

7 18 

7 20 

8 21 



15 12 15 

IK 14 18 

20 14 20 

21 is 21 



24 22 22 22 
26 23 23 



27 24 

28 25 



26 26 

27 27 

28 28 
30 30 



30 



10 8 22 22 20 22 

23 11 9 23 23 22 28 

24 12 9 24 24 21 28 

25 13 10 25 25 26 24 



30 
30, 30 
31131 
32,32 32 



26 
27 
28 
80 

80 
SO 

31 



14 10 26 

15 11 27 

16 11 28 

17 12 30 

17 12 30 

18 13 30 

18 14 31 

19 15 32 



26 28124 
2730!24 
28 32 25 
30 34 25 

30 34 26 

30,36 26 

31|36 26 

32 3K 27 



7 


6 


9 


7 


10 


7 


11 


8 


11 


8 


12 


8 


12 


8 


13 


8 


14 


9 


15 


10 


16 


12 


17 


12 


17 


13 


18 


13 


18 


14 


19 


14 



60 
80 
ill) 



10 0012 00 

11 0017 " 
14 0017 



1 (ki 17 0O2O 



6 1 
6 1 
6 1 



05 17 0020 00 
15119 0023 (X 
20 19 1X123 ( 



7 I 25 21 0025 00 




1 45 25 0030 00 
9 1 50 27 OOP (X) 
9 1 50 27 0032 00 
9 1 55 29 0035 00 



7 1 25 21 0025 00| 13 , 9 

7 1 30 23 0028 00 13 9 

8 1 35 23 0028 001 13 9 
1 40 25 0030 00 13 i 10 



14 10 

14 10 

14 10 

14 10 



90 


■ 1 


.. 


41 


85 " 


95 


• • 


ti 


11 


90 " 


100 


It 


it 


U 


95 " 


110 


• • 


ii 


It 


100 " 


120 


It 


ii 


1 1 


110 " 


180 


(1 


ti 


M 


120 ■ 


140 


a 


u 


" 


130 " 


150 


u 


ii 


11 


140 " 


160 


■ • 


M 


61 


150 '• 



60 
62 
64 
66 

68 
70 
72 
74 

76 



•Governed by Louisville & Nas 



52 

•VI 
56 
58 

60 
62 

tit 
66 

68 



i»i il B7 



43 38 
45 40 
46,41 

47! 42 

-is IS 



56 51 



33 33 33] 19 

34 31 34 19 



3(i 36 36 
37 37 37 



15! 33 
15 34 
15 [36 



33 38 

34 38 
36 40 



16 37 37 42 



38 38 38.22 17 

39 39 39,23 18 

40 40 40 24 19 

41 41 41 25 20 



42 42 



i:; 



26 



20 



271 19 

27 ! 19 
271 20 

28 21 



38 38 44 28 

39 39 46 ■'26 

40 -10 48 28 

41 41 60 28 



■12 



42 50 28 



Full passenger fare four (4) cents per mile. 



ville It. R. Local Classification. 



22 
28 

24 
25 

26 



15 10 
15 10 



15 
16 



16 II 

17 12 

17 12 

18 13 

Is 13 



1 55 29 00136 00 15 
1 60 31 0035 00 15 



31 00,35 09 

32 OC'36 00, 



15 

us 



(X) 



10 

10 
10 

11 



1 65 34 0038 00 16 I 11 

1 75 34 003!) 00 16 | 11 

I 75 35 OOlu (X) 16 11 

1 so 36 0040 00 17 12 

1 90'37 00:40 00 17 12 



*Pensacola Division Louisville & Nashville Railroad. 



10 Miles and under 

" over 10 Miles. . . 



20 
25 

30 
35 
40 
45 

50 
55 



15 
20 

25 

30 
35 
40 

45 
50 



12 10 

15 I 13 
20 17 
23 20 



26 
29 
32 
35 

37 
39 



23 
26 
27 

30 

32 

:<! 



9 


8 


12 


11 


18 


13 


17 


15 


20 


17 


22 


19 


24 


21 


27 


23 


28 


25 


30 


26 



22 22 

23 23 



5 6 


6 10 


8 


6 9 


9 12 


9 


7 11 


11 14 


11 


8)13 


13 18 


13 


8 15 


15 20 


16 


9 17 


17 22 


17 


9 10 


19 24 


19 


10 21 


21 20 


21 


Id 22 22 28 


22 


11 23 


23 30 


28 



•Governed by Louisville and Nashville It. \i. Local Classification. 
ImiII passenger fare three (3) cents per mile. 



4 
5 
6 

7 

7 
8 
8 
8 

9 

in 



1 15 10 (XI 12 00 

1 20 

1 26 

1 26 



13 
12 00 14 (Hi 19 
i4 0017 00 il 
15 0018 ("i 14 



7 1 30 16 (XI 19 00 15 
7 1 85 18 (XI 22 o(> 15 



3 



31 60 5 00 00 in 8 

4 70 6 00 7 00 11 j 8 

5 00 7 oo S (XI 12 s 
5 1 05 8 0010 (Hi 12 9 



9 
9 
10 

10 

10 

in 



Georgia Southern and Florida Railway Co. 













-a) 


•0 

M 




S 














E £ Per Ton £ 


-j — 






CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 


n 2 2.° 00 PER CARLOAD « 


. .-R 




DISTANCES 






55 fe Lbs. 

a- &. 


I 


1 I 






1 
24 


a 

21 


3 


4 


B 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


P 


K L 


M 


N 





P 


R 


1 s 


10 M 


lea and under 


20 18 


14 Il2 12 12 


5} 


5 'l4 'l5 llll 7.1 75!1 20 9 7512 00 5 00 8 


10 1 8 


SO 


" over 10 Miles 


30 


27 


24 21 


18 15 15 15 


7 


6 18 21 


14 9 1101 3512 0015 00 7 00 9 


11 s 


30 


20 " .... 


36 


32 


29 26 


21 |17 17 


17 


74 


6J21 26 


15 10A1 051 5015 0016 50 8 0011 


12 


8 


40 


80 " 


41 


36 


33 30 


24 18 18 


18 


8 


7A24 30 


16} 12 1 20ll 6519 5018 00 9 0012 


12 


9 


50 


40 '• ... 


42 


38 


36 31 


25 !l8 18 


18 


8J 


8 25 31 17JJ 12 I 281 6819 6018 2010 0013 


13 9 


60 


" '■ 50 " .... 


40 


42 


38 34 27 20 20 20 9 


8J27 34 18 124 I 331 8220 3019 6011 0014 


13 9 


70 


' " 60 •' 


50 


46 


41 36 28 21 21 


21 9.1 9 28 36 19 12U 401 9622 4021 0011 0015 


14 ll) 


80 


70 " 


51 


47 


41 36 28 21 21 


21 


10 9A28 36 20 12A1 431 9622 4021 0012 0010 


14 10 


90 


80 " 


55 


49 


43 38 29 22 22 


■>■> 


11 10 29 38 2U12U 502 0823 4022 1013 0017 


15 1(1 


100 


90 " .... 


59 


52 


46 39 [80 23 23 23 1H 11 30 39 23 13 1 562 2126 0022 1014 0018 


15 10 


110 


" '100 •• ... 


59 


52 


40 39 30 23 23 


23 12 11 30 39 23 13 1 562 2126 0022 1014 0018 


15 11 


120 


no •• .... 


61 


53 


47 39 30 24 24 


24 


13 


12 


30 


89 


24 


13 1 562 2827 6022 1015 0019 


15 


11 



' I 

Full passenger fare three (3) cents per mile. 



Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway. 



DISTANCES 



10 Miles and under . . 


20 


ii 


11 


over 10 M 


30 


.4 


11 


" 20 


40 


11 


" 


" 30 


50 


<> 


• 1 


•' 40 


60 


" 


• • 


" 50 


70 


.. 


• • 


" 60 


HO 


" 


>1 


• 70 


90 


It 


■•' 


•• 80 


100 


• • 


11 


- 90 


110 


• • 


>1 


" 100 


ISO 


11 


M 


" 110 


130 


1* 


l* 


- 120 


140 


" 


■• 


" 130 


150 


1* 


11 


" 140 


160 


K 


• . 


" 150 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 



1 2 3 



iles 









30 27 

34 31 

38 35 

42 38 

46 41 

50 44 

54 47 

58 50 



62 
66 

11! I 
72 

75 
78 
80 
82 



53 
56 
59 
62 

65 
68 
70 
72 



24 
28 
SI 
34 

8 ~> 

10 
43 
46 

49 
52 
54 
56 

58 

60 
61 
62 



20 18 

23 21 

26 24 

28 26 

30 28 

32 30 

34 32 

36 34 

I 

38 36 

40 38 

42 40 

44 12 

46 44 

Is -|i, 

50 48 

52 49 



A B 



15 llj 

17 15 

19 17 

21 19 

23 21 

25 28 

27 24 

29 25 

31 26 

33 27 

35 28 



10 

12 

l-l 
15 

16 

17 
18 

IK 

20 

2] 

• )•> 



37 20 28 

39 80 21 

41 31 25 

43 32 26 

44 88 27 



II 
12 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
191 

2o| 
21 
■>•» 

23 

24 
26 

20 
27 



H 



Per Ton 

M 2 2,000 p EA CARLOAD 
Lbs. 



3 ft 



Full passenger fare four (4) cents per mile. 



8 19 21 

10 21 24 

11 23 27 

11 25j 30 

12 27 88 

13 29 36 
14! 31 39 
15 88 12 



K L 



N 



1 




5 A 


<=> s 


£ 






f 1 


R 


B, 




£ 



16 7 
is 8 
20 9 
2210 



751 10 8 0010 00 

901 2011 0012 00 

1 051 3014 0014 00 

I 201 4016 0015 00 



5 00 8 

7 00 9 

8 00 10 

9 00 11 



iJ 



241011 301 5018 0016 IX) 10 00 12 
2811 1 401 6020 0017 0011 00 13 
2811U 501 7022 0018 0011 01) II 
3012 1 601 7524 0019 0012 00 15 



35 45 

16 37 47 

17 39 49 

IS 41 ."in 

19 48 51 

19 45 52 

20 47 53 
20 48 54 



83 12.'. 
3213" 
83 13} 

84 11 

35144 
3615 
3715A 
3816 



1 70 1 
1 751 
1 801 
1 851 

1 902 

1 952 

2 002 
2 052 



8026 0020 0013 0O 16 
8528 0021 0014 00 17 
9029 0022 0014 00 18 
9530 0023 0015 00 19 

0031 0024 0016 00 20 

0582 0025 0016 00 •_>] 

1033 0026 0(117 00 •>•> 

1534 0027 0(117 00 28 



~ s- 



1 





9 

10 

10 

10 

I 10 

II 
II 

11 
II 
11 

12 



in 



lT-W 



^ 



DISTANCES 



Live Oak & Gulf Railway Co. 



03 

1 5 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. n | 8000* PER CARLOAD 

Lbs. 



s b 

a. a. 



27 



■24 



20 



10 Miles and under 80 

20 - - over 10 Miles... 34 31 28 23 

30 '• " '• 20 " .... 38 35 31 26 

40 " " " 30 "... 42 38 



50 



40 



46 



41 



34 28 
37 30 



5 6 



II 



BCD 



10 



ll 



18 15 

21 17 15 12 12 

24 19 17 14 
15 



26 21 
28 23 



10 



E H F K L 



9 19 21 16 

10 21 24 18 

11 23 27 20 



3 



8 0010 00 



5 00 8 



7 751 10 

8 90 1 20 1 1 00 12 00 7 00 9 

9 1 051 3014 0014 00 8 0010 



11 25 30 22 10 1 201 4016 0015 00 9 0011 

12 27 33 24 10A 1 301 5018 0016 0010 0012 



Full passenger fare five (5) cents per mile. 

Tavares & Gulf Railroad Co. 



10 Miles and under 

20 •' " over 10 Miles 
30 " " "20 " . 



30 


27 


25 


22 


35 


32 


29 


28 


40 


37 


33 


30 



Full passenger fare five (5) cents per mile. 






4 
s 

6 

Jf 

■ 



19 
23 
27 


16 
20 
24 


15 |12 
IS 15 
20 17 


12 
15 
17 


10 20 21 20 

13 23 |28 25 

14 25 31 27 


8 11 001 25 
10 1 251 50 
12 |l 401 50 


8 0010 00 8 0010 
11 0012 00 8 0012 
14 00.15 00 9 0014 


13 
14 
15 


9 
10 
11 



Jacksonville & Atlantic Railroad. 



DISTANCES 



10 Miles mid under 

20 " " over 10 Miles 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. £ ® 2 000° PER CARLOAD g'» 2 



21 



6 A 



I 



13 13 

1!) 15 



D E 



8 IT 

1(1 



H 



is 



19 20 



I 



17 



S 



Lbs. 



K L 



1 10 



I 40 8 00 10 40 



5 40 8 



1 201 45|11 0012 00, 7 00 9 



— ' H J 

R |l| 

« . *• 



L2 

13 



Full passenger fare three (3) cents per mile. 



f 



IVnsaeola, Alabama & Tennessee Railroad Co. 



DISTANCES 



10 Miles and under 

20 •' •' over 10 Miles 
30 " " " 20 " 



5 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. 



s so te- 



as § s 2m| 



9 
0, 



e 
a. 



* 

Cm 



i alb 

c e i- a 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


L 


M 


N 


P 


20 


17 15 


13 


12 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


11 


11 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


23 


20 15 


IB 


13 


12 


12 


12 


9 


g 


13 


13 


fl 





9 


6 


fi 


28 


24 


22 


10 


17 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


15 


15 


10 


10 


10 


6 


S 



Full passenger fare three (3) cents per mile. 



Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia Railroad Co. 



Per Ton 



DISTANCES 



CLASS RATES IN CENTS PER 100 LBS. S o 2 000 PER CARLOAD ® 



I 2 



3 4 



6 A B 



H F K L 



M N 






P R V 



10 Miles n nd under ' 30 ] 27 24 20 IK 15 11 

20 " over 10 Miles 34 31 28 23 21 17 15 



30 
40 

50 



20 
30 

40 



38 
42 

■n; 



35 31 26 24 19 
88 34 28 2« 21 

41 37 BO 28 28 



10 11 19 21 
12 12 10 21 24 



14 11 23 27 



15 II 



Hi 



12 



27 88 



751 10 



16 8 

18 8 80jl 20 11 00H2 00 

20 10 1 051 HO 14 0014 00 



25 30 22 10 1 201 4015 0015 00 



9 00 10 00! 6 00 9 

7 Oolo 

8 0010 

9 0011 



24 10 I 301 5016 00 16 00 



10 0012 



Full i>HSseiif,'er fare live (5) cents per mile. 



10 
11 
12 

12 

18 



S 

s. 



a 



a 


d 


be 


s 


-— 


M 


8 


4 


8 


5 


8 


5 


9 


5 


9 


6 



SI 



RITES ON VEGETABLES, ORANGES AND LEMONS 

To Jacksonville, Gainesville and High Springs 

(for beyond). 

Plant System of Railways. 




i 

2 
3 
4 

5j 
6 
7 
8 
9 
K) 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



TO JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. 
(For beyond) 

FROM 

Savannah, Florida & Western Railway. 



Sanford 

Elwould 

Crystal Lake .... 
Lake Mary 
Soldiers Creek . . 

Longwood 

\ I tin in hi 1 1- Springs. 

Formosa 

Woodbridge 

Maitland . : 

Winter Park. 

Orlando 

Eight Oaks 

Troy 

Gatiin 

Jessamine 

Pine Castle 
Big Cypress 

McKinnon 

Marydia 

Kissimmee 

Cnmpbells 

I.i nigh mm i 
Davenport. 
Haines City 
Bartow Junction 

Aiibumdale 

Fitzhugli . 



Kla 



29 Excelsior Park 

30 Gordonsville . 

31 Eagle Lake 

32 Eloise 



Bartow Branch. 



Kla 



10 


10 


is 


14 


13 


16 


13 


16 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


18 


IS 


18 


18 


18 


13 


IK 


13 


IS 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


18 


13 


IK 


13 


IS 


13 


IK 


18 


IK 


13 


18 


13 


is 


13 


18 


18 


IK 


L3 


IK 


* 

13 


IS 


13 


IK 


18 


IK 


13 


IK 



88 



Plant System of Railways— Continued. 




C ** 



TO JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 
(For beyond) 

FROM 

Bartow Branch. 

(Continued.) 



Winter I laven . 
Florence . 
Conine 



Fin 



S. & I. Division. 



-I Spear « trove 

5 Fort Reed . . 

6 Onora 

7 SUver Lake 

8 Hut ledge . . 
9; Aluvia 

lu Clydes 

Ill Barlows ... 

12 Clifton 

Hi Tuscnwilla.. 
14 Lake Charm 
16 Oveido 



16 

17 
18 

l!t 
-J" 
L'l 



Fla 



St. Cloud Sugar Belt. 



Hammock Grove . . 

Hirtzell 

Carolina 

St. Cloud Junction 

St. Cloud 

Deeson 

22 Sunny Side 

28 Asliton 

21 I'een-To 

25 Runnymeade 

26 Narcoosee 



Fla 



Sanford & St. Petersburg. 

(North of Trilby.; 



27 Monroe 

28 Sylvan Lake . 
29' Paola 

30 Pine Crest — 

31 Island Lake. .. 



.Fla 



13 
13 
13 



14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 



16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 



18 
18 
18 



14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



10 


10 


13 


16 


13 


16 


13 


16 


13 


16 



83 



Plant System of Railways— Continued. 



i 

■Z'J) i 



m w 



3 

1 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 



TO JACKSONVILLE, FLA., 
(For beyond) 

FROM 

Sanford & St. Petersburg. 
(North of Trilby— Continued.) 

Glen Ethel Fla 

Palm Springs . 

(irennda 

Forest City 

Toronto 

I.nki-ville 

Clarcona 

Millerton 

Statens ... — 
Crown Point . 
Brannona 
Winter (-iarden 

Bray ton 

Tildenville . . 

Oakland 

Killarney 

.Mohawk 

Mineola . 

Greene 

Clermont 

Varnel 

Sheridan 

Maseotte 

Mabel .... 
Tarry town. 

Linden 

Kiverlnnd . 
Lacooohee 

TO 



I I AINESVILLE, FLA., 
(For beyond) 

KKOM 

Florida Southern Railway. 

29 Oliver Park ...Fla 

30 Denbys 

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32 Rochelle " 



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:il Waitefleld " 

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{For beyond) 

FROM 

Florida Southern Railway. 
(Continued.) 

Cole Grove Fla 

Cone " 

McMeekin " 

Johnson '. " 

Edgar ■ " 

Keuka " 

Interlachen " 

Mannville " 

Hollister " 

Francis " 

Palatka " 



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Micanopy Junction 

Micanopy " 

Powell " 

Abbott «*. 

Shuford " 

Phillips 

Willows " 

Chamberlain " 

Elmore " 

Tacoma " 

Evinston Fla 

Boardman " 

Mcintosh . " 

Orange Lake " 

Oaklawn " 

Citra " 

Hillwo<xl " 

Reddick " 

Lowell ... " 

Martin " 

Kendrick " 

Ocala " 

Orange Avenue " 

Montague " 

Hayes " 

Welshton " 

Candler 

Ocklawaha " 

Weir Park " 

East Lake " 



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(For Beyond) 

FROM 

Florida Southern Railway. 

(Continued.) 

Stanton Fla 

Weirsdale " 

Conant " 

Lady Lake " 

Fruitland Park " 

Franklin ., " 

Leesburg " 

Hepsidam " 

Helena " 

Okahumpka. " 

Oason " 

Centre Hill " 

Webster " 

Dragem Junction " 

Couper " 

Brooksville " 



St. Johns k Lake Enitis Railroad. 



Fla 



Grand View 

Bellreva 

Bonaventure " 

Tillson " 

Orange Bend " 

Lisbon " 

Lancaster " 

Grand Island " 

Glidwell " 

Fort Mason " 

Eustis 

Mt. Homer " 

Tavares " 

Lane Park " 

Umatilla " 

Glendale " 

Altoona ' " 

Pittman " 

Summit " 

Sellers Lake " 

Cummings " 

Astor Park " 

Astor " 



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U Half Moon 



TO HIGH SPRINGS, FLA. 
(For beyond.) 

Simmons Fla 

Wades.. 
Hi leys .... 
Wrights . . 
Duttons . 
Camps . . . 
Lexington 
Victoria . . 
Newberry 



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Standard No. 
( Minnells . . . . 
Williston 
Montbrook . 
Morriston . 

Romeo 

Juliette 



Silver Springs, Ocala & Gull Railroad. 



Agnew 

York 

Martel . 

Leroy 

Rock Springs 
Piedmont 
FloumoTs . 
Stonewall 
Weston. 
Chatmar . 
Clements . . . 
Youngblood . . 
Dunnellon . . 
(iiilf Junction 

Citronelle 

Pari Place . 

Crystal 

Ilomossassa 

Klliston 

Hartshorn 
Ajiita 



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TO HIGH SPRINGS, FLA., 
(For beyond.) 

FROM 

Silver Springs, Ocala & Gulf Railroad. 
(Continued.) 

Globe Fin 

Moores " 

Hernando " 

Arlington " 

Inverness " 

Savannah, Florida & Western Railway. 

Cove Bend Fla 

Hambro " 

Floral City " 

Bradley " 

Pineola " 

Istachatta " 

Bonnie May Mines " 

Pemberton " 

Fitzgerald " 

Delaware " 

Oriole " 

Bay City " 

Trilby " 

Owensboro " 

Dade City " 

Ellerslie " 

Lumberton " 

Richland " 

Flatford 

Miliaria 

Tedderville - 

Kathleen " 

Galloway 

Lakeland " 

Winston " 



W. & B. V. Railroad. 



Medulla 

Bone Valley Junction. 



Fla 



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(For beyond.) 

FROM 

W. & B. V. Railroad. 

(Cont-iuued.) 



Kla 



Bone Valley . 

Mcininingers 

Pebble " 

Mulberry " 

Pebble Dale " 

Kingsford " 

Phosphora " 

Phosphora Junction " 

Bone Hill Junction " 

Bone Hill " 

Savannah, Florida & Western Railway. 

Youmans Fla 

Plant City 

Dover 

SefTner 

Mango .... 

Orient 

East Cove 

T. ,t T. Junction , 

Ybor City 

Tampa 



21 Summer Haven Fla 

22 Port Tampa City 

23 Haskell 

24 Bartow 



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T. & T. Railroad. 



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26 Harney 

27 Idlewild Park 

28 Thonotossassa . 



Fla 



Charlotte Harbor Division. 



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TO IIKill SPRINGS, FLA. 

(For beyond.) 



Charlotte Harbor Division. 
(Continued.) 



1 Sabin 

2 Fort Meade 

3 Acme 

4 Jane Jay . 

5 Torrey i. 

6 Bowling Green 



Wauchulu 

Scotts 

Zolfo 

Robinson . . 

Calvenia 

Arcadia. . 
Nocatee . . 

Hull 

Ft. Ogden 
Liverpool . . . 
Cleveland . . . 
Punta Gorda 



Saniord & St. Petersburg Railroad. 
(South of Trilby.) 



19 Lenard 

20 Blanton 

21 Chipco 

22 St. Leo 

23; San Antonio 
24; Pasco 

25 Cypress 

26 Ehren 

27 1 Drexel 

28j Mexico 

29 Odessa 

30l Keystone Park 

31, Hamilton. . 

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TO HIGH SPRINGS, FLA., 
(For beyond.) 

PROM 

Sanford & St. Petersburg Railroad. 
(South of Trilby — Continued.) 

1 Dunedin Fla 

2 Belleair " 

3 Clearwater " 

4 Armour " 

5 Largo " 

6 Cross Bayou " 

7 Lellman " 

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RITES ON VEGETABLES, ORANGES UNO LEMONS 

To Jacksonville, Fernandina, Tnlee and Bald- 
win (for beyond). 

Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad 



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FROM 




Western Division. 



1 Marietta Fla 

2 Macclenny " 

3 Sanderson " 

4 Watertown " 

5 Welborn " 

6 Live Oak " 

7 Lees " 

8 Madison " 

9 Aucilla " 

Id Monticello " 

11 Lloyd " 

12 Tallahassee " 

13 Quiney " 

14: River Junction " 

15 Priceville " 

16 Glen St. Mary " 

17 Olustee •' 

18 Lake City " 

19 Houston 

20 Ellaville " 

21 West Farm " 

22 Greenville '* 

23 Drifton " 

24 I'inhook " 

25 Ghaires '• 

26 Midway " 

27 Mt. Pleasant " 

28 Chattahoochee River " 



St. Marks Branch. 



29 Belnir 



.Fla 



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St. Marks 



3li Wakulla 



Central Division. 



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Central Division. 
(Continued.) 



Fla 



1 Krandy I 

2 Maxville 

3 I.awtey " 

I Starke " 

g Waldu 

6 Gainesville " 

7 Arredondo . " 

S 1'almer ....** 

9 Albion " 

1Q Otter Creek " 

11 Rosewood " 

12 Crawford " 

13 Inglehome " 

1-1 Baldwin " 

15i Highland " 

16 Temple " 

17 Hampton " 

18 Fairbanks " 

19 Dayville " 

20 Kanapaha " 

21 Archer . . " 

22 Bronson " 

23 Kllzey " 

24 Cedar Key • 



Lake Weir Branch. 



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28 Hawthorne 

29 Island Grove 
.'id -Meadow . . 

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32 Silver Spring 

33 Santos 

34 Oxford 

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Southern Division. 
(Continued.) 



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Spring Park 

Ocala 

Belleview 

Wildwood 

Warnell 

Panasoffkee . . . 

Hushnell 

Withlacooehee 
Owensboro .... 

Pasadena 

Knights 

Turkey Creek . 

Valrico 

Limona 

Tampa 

Sumterville . . 
St. Catharine. . 

Lacoochee 

Dade City 

Abbott 

Plant City 

Sidney 

Brandon 

Ybor City 



Fla 



Orlando Division. 



Orange Home 

Whitney 

Leesburg 

McElveen 

Ellsworth . . . 
Oaiuesboro. 
McDonald. . . . 

Apopka 

Toronto 

Livingston . . . 

Bamboo 

Montclnir . . 

Eldorado 

Tavares 

Victoria 

Zellwood 

Plymouth .... 



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:i Orlando 



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Lakemont ' 

Gabriella •• 

Lake Charm " 

Winter Pnrk •' 

Golden Rod " 

Oviedo . •• 



Turkey Creek Branch. 



Lighthall Mines. 



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Eagle Mine Branch. 



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Tavares & Gulf Railroad. 



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1 Astabula Fla 

2 Clermont 

3 Franklins " 

4 Killarney " 

5 Mohawk " 

6 Oakland " 

7 Waits Junction " 

8 Bear Springs " 

9 Double Kun " 



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Rates on Vegetables, Oranges, Lemons and Pineapples 

Between Jacksonville and Palatka, Fla., (proper and beyond) St. Augus- 
tine, Fla., (proper only). 

Florida East Coast Railway. 



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Phillips 

Bowden 

Summers. 

Nesbitt 

Eaton 

Greenland 

Bayard 

Pittsburg.. 
Chirksville. . . 

Durliin 

Woodland 

Sampson '. 

Magnolia Grove 

si . Augustine 

Tocoj Junction 

Toeoi 

Hurds 

Middleton 

Armstrong 

Holy Branch 
Hastings 

Orange Mills 

Pattersonville 

Putnam 
East Palatini 

Palatial 

Ilowurd Kidge 
San Mateo 

Oakside 

Yelvington 

Roy 

Dinner Island 

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Savage 

Spruce Creek 

Turnbull Bny " 

New Smyrna . " 

Hawks Park " 

Hucomer. . " 

Oak Hill 

Lyrata 

East Aurantia 

Wiley Avenue 

Knst Minis " 

Titusville " 

Pritchaitls ." " 

Hardeeville " 

Faustina " 

City Point " 

Cocoa . 

Rockledge 

Coquina " 

Honaventure ... . " 

Pineda ■ " 

Kau Gallie 

Karno " 

Melbourne . 

Tillman " 

Malabar 

V'alkaria 

Grant ... "' 

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Rowland 

Sebastian "... . 

WmIi.-ismi ... 

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Fori Pierce " 

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Ankona " 

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25 
25 
25 



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20 
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20 
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20 
20 
20 
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20 
20 
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25 
25 
25 
25 
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25 
25 
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25 
25 
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25 
25 
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Rio San Lade Flu 

Stuart " 

I'ntsilam ..." 

A lie in " 

Gomez " 

Sweden " 

Hobc Sound " 

West Jupiter " 

Riviera " 

Vest Palm BenHi 

I.untiimi " 

Hypoluxo " 

Boynton " 

Linton " 

Boon Katone 

Hillsborough " 

Progresso " 

Fort Lauderdule " 

Modelo " 

Halland " 

Snake Creek " 

Arch ('reck •' 

Bisrnyne " 

Lemon City 

Buena Vista . 

Miami " 

Ora>ige City Fla 

Twin Oaks " 

Lake Helen 

Rogers " 

Indian Springs ... " 

Briggsville 

Gleneoe ... " 



Landings on Indian River. 



Hardeeville 

Courtney. . . . 
Fnhers . 
Sharps 

City l'oinr 

Sanders Bulkhead 

India in i" n 

Merritts. . . . 
Ives Wharf . . . . 

Dixons Wharf 
Hardees Wharf 
Gingras> Wharf . 
Tropical Wharf. . . . 



Fla 



25 
25 
25 
28 
28 
28 
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30 
30 
30 
31 
31 
31 
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32 
32 
33 
33 
33 
34 
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35 
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Florida East Coast Railway— Continued. 



AND 



Landings on Indian River.— Cont'd. 



1 Lees Wharf 

' Williams Wharf 

Mays Wharf 

4j Garveys Wharf . 
5 Paxtons Wharf 
Magruder 

7 Georgiana 

8 Minis Landing . . . 

9 Brantley 

iO . Little Rock 

11 Banynn 

12 Tropic 

18 East Melbourne 

14 Melbourne Bench 

15 Aspinwall 

16 Waveland 



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Av.-rill 

Bay View . 
Oak Lodge 



Landings on Banana River. 



21) Atlantic . . 

21 Oceanus. . 

22 Florti .... 
23j Artesia 

24 Canaveral 

25 Nathan . . 



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27 
28 
2fl 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



Landings on Florida Keys and 
Biscayne Bay. 

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Key West 

Oocoamit Grove 

Elliott Key 

Key Largo ....... 

Umbrella Key . . 

Plantation Key . . 

Old Khoads Key 

Angel Fish Key 

Indian Key 

Upper Mati'cumliie Key 
Lower Matecumhie Key 
Broad Creek Key ......... 



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RITES ON VEGETABLES, ORANGES AKD LEMONS 

To Jacksonville, Fla., (for beyond). 
Jacksonville, Tanipa & Key West Ry. 



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FROM 



Edgewood Fla 

Yukon 

Reeds 

Orange l'ark 

Peoria 

BiUaford 

Fleming 

Magnolia Springs 

Green Cove Springs 

Walkill 

West Tocoi 

Bostwiek 

Teasdale 

Sauble 

Palatka 

Lundv 

Peniel 

Buffalo Bluff 

I lodges 

Satsuma 

Sisco 

Pomona 

Como 

Ilunlinglou 

( Sreseent City Landing 

Crescent City 

Denver 

Hammond .' 



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Bukersburg. 

Pierson 

32| Eldridge 

33 Barberville 

34 HuttonsMill... . 

35 DeLeon Springs. . . 

36 Norris Siding . . 

37 Bonds Mill 

38 Glenwood 

39 Highland Park 

40 DeLand Junotion. 




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10 
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Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Ry. — Cont. 



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21 
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25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



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West DeLand Fla 

DfLand 

Beresford ~ Fla 

Fatio " 

Orange City Junction ... " 

Enterprise Junction " 

Monroe " 

Sanford " 

Enterprise " 

Garfield " 

Osteen " 

Cow Creek " 

May town " 

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Minis •' 

LaGrange " 

Titusville " 

New Upsala " 

Twin LakeB " 

Paola " 

Mark ham " 

Tufts " 

Ethel •' 

Waylands " 

Cassia " 

Vaughns Mill " 

Sorrento " 

Mt. Dora " 

Tavares " 

Willford " 



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15 


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v. 



RATES ON VEGETABLES, ORANGES AND LEMONS 

To Jacksonville, Fla., (for beyond). 
Florida Midland Railway. 



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Olarcona 

East Apopka 

Englewood . . . 
1-ii/ville 
Gotba 
Harperville 
Joiners ... 
Kissimmee 

Lake Brantley 
Longwood. . 
Minorville .. . 

McLnnes 

Ocoee 

Palm Springs 
Shingle Creek 
Starbirds . 
Villa Nova . . 

Waco 

Windermere . . 



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18 
19 
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18 
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18 
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18 
18 
18 
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Atlantic, Suwannee River & Gulf R. R, 



21 Alachua 

22 Atlantic 

•_>.'i C-Jracy -Junction . 

i't I.nCrosse. .... 

25 Pine Island 

26 Sampson Junction . 



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28 



Wainright 
Ward City 



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Gainesville & Gulf Railroad. 



29 Camions Crossing 

30 Flewellens 

31 llickmann 

32 Irwin 



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Tuscawilla 

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Landing's on Lake Griffin. 



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Alsabrooks 

Cannon 

Dolives 

Emeralda 

Mathews 

Millers 

Piceola 

Slighs 

8tarks 

Withers 



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17 
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17 
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Landings on Manatee River. 



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4 Curtis Mill.. 

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Landings on Ocklawaha River. 



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Gores Landing. " 

Grahnmvillo " 

Heather Island... " 

Meggs 

Moss Bluff " 

Orange ('reek . " 

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Landings on Lake Santa Fe. 



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Balmoral Fla 

Hendricks " 

Lutchaw . " 

Melrose " 



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13 
13 
13 



In 
18 
18 
18 



Landings on Lake Panasoffkee and 
Withlacoochee River. 







Vegetables. 
Per Crate 


OraiiKCS and 
Lemons, 
Per Box 


Cabbage, 
Per Blil. or 
Blil. Crate 


16 




16 
18| 


18 


30 


16 


From River I'oints. 


8 1 1 



R. H. M. Davidson, Chairman, 
.TortN M. Bryan. 
II. E. DAT, 

Railroad Commissioners. 



Rate Issue No. 2. Circular No i. 

LOCAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLE TARIFF 



OF THE 



RAILROAD COMMISSION 



STATE OF FLORIDA, 

PUBLISHING RATES ON 



FRUIT and VEGETABLES 



BETWEEN 



LOCAL STATIONS 

ON THE 

RAILROADS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. 



Adopted January 26, 1898. Effective March 1, 1898. 



R. H. M. DAVIDSON, Chairman, 
II. 10. DAY, J.M.BRYAN, 

Commissioners, 

TALLAHASSEE, KLA. 



Office op Railroad Commission, 
State of Florida, 
Tallahassee, Ki.a., January 26, 1898. 



Circular No. 1. 



Effective on and after March 1, 1898. Freight Rule No. 17 and 
Exception Sheet of the Rules and Regulations of the Railroad Com- 
mission of the State of Florida are amended so as to include Glasses 
G and V. 

R. H. M. Davidson, Chairman, 
II. E. Day, 
.1. M. Bhtan, 

Commissioners. 



Office of Railroad Commission, 
State ok Florida, 
Tai.i.aii isske, Fl\., January 20, 1898. 



Rate Issue No. 2. 



Effective on and after March 1, 1898. The following rates on 
fruit and vegetables will apply on all shipments lielween local points 
on any railroad in the State of Florida. Shipments passing over two 
or more roads not under the same management or control shall la* 
charged for at the local mileage rati' named for each road. (See 
Rule 18.) 

These rates do not apply to Jacksonville, Gainesville, Sanford, 
Astor or I'alatku <is n liimis fur through rule*, or between points on 
Florida East Coast Railway. 



Local Mileage Rates on 
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. 



10 Miles and under 18 



20 

30 

40 

50 

60 

70 

SO 

90 

100 

110 

120 

130 

140 

150 

160 

170 

180 

190 

200 

210 

220 

230 

240 

250 



er 10 Miles 

• 20 

• 30 
40 

' 50 

60 

70 
' 80 

• 90 

• 100 
' 110 

• 120 

• 130 
' 140 

• 150 

• 160 

• 170 

• 180 
■ 190 
' 200 

• 210 

• 220 

• 230 
' 240 



GLASS 
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For distunces exceeding 250 miles, the maximum rate shall be 25 
cents per box or crate and 50 cents per barrel or barrel crate. 
Adopted January 26. 1898. Effective March 1, 1898. 

R. H. M. iHvmsuN, Chairman, 
H . E. Day, 
J. M. Bryan, 

Commissioners. 



CLASSIFICATION. 



CLASS G— Fruit. 

Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Grape Fruit, Pineapples. 
In standard crates of 80 pounds. 
Barrels or barrel crates double the crate rate. 

CLASS V— Fruit. 

Peaches, Pears and Guavas. 

Vegetables. 

Beans, Beets, Cauliflowers, Okra, Tomatoes, Squash , 
I'otatoes (Irish and sweet), Green Peas, Egg- 
plants, Turnips, Green Corn. Asparagus, Radishes. 
Lettuoe, Onions, Cabbage, Kale, Cantaloupes and 
like articles. 

In standard crates of 50 pounds. 

Barrels or barrel crates double the crate rate. 



Supersedes Exception Sheet No. 1 ot Rate Issue No. 1. 
Published as part of Rule 17. 

CLASSIFICATION 



01 



PUBLISHING EXCEPTIONS 



T<> THE 




APPLYING ON 



FLORIDA TRAFFIC. 



Adopted February 1 , 1898. 



Effective March I, 1898. 



K. II. M. DAVIDSON (CShuirmiui), 
H. E. DAY, J. M. BRYAN, 

Co.MMISSIuNKUS. 



TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 



115 




APPLICABLE ON TRAFFIC BETWEEN POINTS IN FLORIDA. 

On Interstate Business when articles are classified both in the 
Southern Freight Classification and in the Exception Sheet the 
classes prescribed by the Exception Sheet will be applied South 
of Florida Base Points. 



Barrels, empty, except ale and beer, and except 
where agreed rates are lower 

Barrels, flour, spirit, sugar, whisky, except where 
agreed rates are lower. ... i, 

Beans, velvet, any quantity 

Bones, hoofs and horns, 24, (KM) pounds minimum, 
shipper to load and unload 

Box and barrel material, 24,000 pounds minimum 

Box and barrel material, K. D. in bundles. 50 per 
cent of i. 

Brick, common, lire or paving. 30,000 pounds min- 
imum 

Same, 50 per cent of i. 

Carbolenum, in barrels 

Cassava and Comptie Hoot, 24.000 pounds mini- 
mum 

Same, packed, 50 per cent higher than i. 

Cedar, 24,000 pounds minimum 

Same i. 

Cement, 24,000 pounds minimum 

Same i. 

Cement and Lime in mixed carloads, 24,000 pounds 
minimum . 

Coal and Coke, 24,000 pounds minimum 

Coal and Coke, in barrels and sacks i. 

Fertilizer, any quantity. 

Embracing the following and like articles, wheu in- 
truded to be used as Fertilizers, to-wit: Sulphate of 
ammonia, ashes, boneblack. ground and dissolved bone, 
bone dust, castor pomace, cotton seed meal, cotton 
ashes, cotton seed, fish scrap, guano, superphos- 





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phates. gypsum, kainit. German salts, nitre cake, ni- 
trate and sulphate of soda, oil cake, potash, fine ground 
plaster, salt cake, saltpetre, sulphur, muck, tank stuff, 
and tobacco dust and sweepings. 
Fibre, palmetto, in-boxes or pressed in bales. 20.0011 

pounds minimum 

Same i. 

Fruit — oranges, lemons, limes, grape fruit, pine- 
apples, per standard crate of 80 pounds 
Same in bbls. or bbl. crates, double the orate mt-\ 
Fruit — peaches, pears and guavas, per crate of 60 
pounds ... 

Same In bbls. or bbl. crates, double the crate rate. 



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116 



Florida Exception Sheet. 



Grail] and Hay, mixed, 20,000 pounds minimum i. 

(•ravel, 30,000 pounds minimum c.L 

Hay, in bales L.O.I, 

Honey, in barrels, owner's risk of leakage. 

I (oasebold goods, old furniture and emigrant mov- 
ables, well packed, value limited to $5 per 100 
pounds in case of loss or damage and so express- 
ed in bill of lading, 20,000 pounds, with or with- 
out live stock : when with live stock, not to ex- 
ceed 5 head, one attendant to have free passage c I. 

Ice, 24.000 pounds minimum c.i. 

Siime. packed, prepaid .L.c.l. 

Insecticide, liquid, in barrels 

Iron — bridge, pig, scrap, railroad, spikes, chairs, 
frogs. 24,000 pounds minimum, per ton 2,000 
pounds C.i. 

Iron, enumerated in Southern Freight Classifica- 
tion as special iron (except as enumerated 
above), 24,000 pounds, two-thirds of c.i. 

Laths. 24,000 pounds minimum O.X 

Same, 50 per cent of L-0.L 

Launches (steam or naphtha), and sailboats, of 
such dimensions as can be loaded on lint cars; 
sails, etc., securely packed or wrapped and re- 
leased from damage by fire or otherwise, ship- 
per to load and unload 

Applies only between stations on Florida East Coast 
Railway and Jacksonville. Tainpa & Key West Railway. 

Lime, 24,000 pounds minimum .. o.L 

Same .. . l.c.l 

Lime and Cement in mixed carloads, 24,000 pounds 
minimum o.L 

Live Stock, 20,000 pounds minimum (see note gov- 
erning valuation). 0.1. 

One attendant actually in charge of carload shipments 

of livestock will be passed EnM. 
Agents should make notation to this effect on contract 

.111. 1 way-bills. 

Live Stock, viz: Cows, calves, colts, ponies, hogs, 
sheep, lambs or other animals, crated, actual 
weight, with minimum of 100 pounds, released, l.c.l 

Live Stock, except as enumerated above, at esti- 
mated weights as shown in Kate Issue No. I. 
(See note governing valuation) l.c.l 

Lumber, 24,000 pounds minimum c.l 

Same. 50 per cent of l.c.l 

Machinery, including boilers, engines or parts 
thereof, 20,000 pounds minimum c 1. 

Melons l.c.l 

Manure, stable, minimum 24,000 pounds, 75 per 
cent of c.L 



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CUM 



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Rrlwri 



Moss, in boxes, sacks, or pressed in bales, 20,000 

pounds minimum 

Same l 

Oil, coal or its products, in iron casks or drums 
(coal, kerosene, naphtha, benzine and gasoline). 

actual weight v 

Orange Sizers 

Palmetto Leaves, in boxes or pressed in bales, 20,- 

000 pounds minimum 

Same i. 

Palmetto Berries, in boxes, barrels or sacks, value 

limited to 6 cents per pound, prepaid i. 

Same, 20,000 pounds minimum, prepaid 

Peas, cow or field, any quantity 

Pipe, earthen or drain. 25,000 pounds minimum, 

50 per cent of 

Pipe, sew-er, 25,000 pounds minimum, 50 per 

cent of 

Plaster, wall, adamant, 24,000 pounds minimum. 

Same l 

Pineapple Slips and Suckers, packed or loose, 

20,000 pounds minimum 

Same, packed l 

Pitch, 24,000 pounds minimum 

Same I, 

Poles and Post*, 24.000 pounds minimum 

Same, 50 per cent of i, 

Kosin, 24,000 pounds minimum. 

Same i. 

Rosin Dross, 24,000 pounds minimum 

Same i. 

Roofing Slate. 24,000 pounds minimum 

Salt, 24,000 pounds minimum 

Same, common, 75 per cent of i. 

Sand, 30,000 pounds minimum 

Shell (for paving), 30,000 pounds minimum 

Sawdust, 24,000 pounds, 75 per cent of 

Seed, beggar weed 

Shingles, 24.000 pounds minimum 

Same. 50 per cent of . I. 

Stills and fixtures, turpentine 

Stone, rough, £0,000 pounds minimum. 

Syrup, in barrels, 0. li., fully released 

Tanks, empty, oil storage, loaded lengthwise and 

strapped to Hat cars, 20,000 pounds minimum. 
Tar, including coal tar, 24.000 pound- minimum 

Same i. 

Tile, earthen, drain, roofing or paving, 25,000 

pounds, 50 per cent of 
Trees and Shrubbery, boxed or baled, 20,000 
pounds 



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Florida Exception Sheet. 




Trees — orange, lemon, lime, grape fruit, peach 
and pear trees, prepaid or guaranteed L c . i. 

Turpentine, spirits of, in barrels, any quantity. . . 

Turtles, live, fully released, prepaid 

Vegetables, not canned or desiccated, viz: Beets, cab- 
bages, carrots, onions, potatoes and turnips, in barrels, 
barrel oates or sacks, anv quantity, released, will take 
vegetable rates C+per package) as published in current 
Vegetable Tariffs. ^Weight in ••xcess of 175 pounds 
l>er ju-ckage (barrels, barrel crates or sacks!, must be 
charged for proportionately. 

Applies only between stations on Florida East Coast 
Railway, landings on Indian and Banana Rivers. Bis- 
cayne Bay points and Florida Kejs, reached by its 
steamer connections. 

Vegetables, including beans, beets, cauliflower, 
okrn, tomatoes, squash, potatoes (irish or 
sweet), green peas, eggplants, turnips, green 
corn, asparagus, radishes, lettuce, onions, cab- 
bage, kale, canteloupes and like articles, per 
standard crate of 50 pounds 

I 'otntoes (Irish), other than Florida grown, two- 
thirds of 

Wood, LH.OOO pounds minimum t; i. 



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Minimi m I'n vrue. — A minimum charge of 25 cents will be made 
on any single shipment, however small. 



119 

Estimated Weights. 

Lumber, coal, lime, brick, stone, and all articles for which esti- 
mated weights are given in classification (except ale and beer, and 
empty ale and beer packages, L. C. L.). shall be taken at actual 
weight when it can be ascertained ; but when the weight can not be 
ascertained, may be charged for at the following estimated weights; 
provided, that nothing herein shall interfere with the duty of the re- 
ceiving agent to weigh, if possible, and correct to actual weights: 
(to be used when aoti-ai, weights can not be ascertained.) 

White pine and poplar, thoroughly seasoned, per 1 .000 feet, 3,000 lbs. 
White pine and poplar, green, per 1,000 feet ... 4,000 lbs. 

Yellow pine, black walnut and ush, seasoned, per 1,000 ft., 4,000 lbs. 
Yellow pine, black walnut and ash, green, per 1,000 feet. 4,500 lbs. 

Oak, hickory and elm, seasoned, per 1,000 feet 6.000 lbs. 

All other kinds of lumber, seasoned, per 1,000 feet 4,000 lbs. 

All other kinds of lumber, green, per 1,000 feet 6,00<) lbs 

Hoop poles, staves and headings, dry, car loaded to a 

depth of 50 inches per car 

Hoop poles, staves and headings, green, car loaded to a 

depth of 43 inches per car 

Shingles, green, per 1,000 

Shingles, dry, per 1,000 

Laths, green, per 1,000 

Laths, dry, per 1,000 

Tan bark, green , per cord 

Tan bark, dry, per cord 2.000 lbs. 

Wood, green , per cord 3,500 lbs. 

Wood, dry, per cord 3,000 lbs. 

Fence posts and rails, and telegraph poles, per cord . 3,500 lbs. 

Clay, per cubic yard 3,000 lbs. 

Sand, per cubic yard . . 3.000 lbs. 

Gravel, per cubic yard 3.200 lbs. 

Stone undressed, per cubic foot 160 lbs. 

Lime and coal, per bushel 80 lbs. 

Coke, per bushel 40 lbs. 

Portland cement, per barrel 400 lbs. 

Other cements, per barrel 300 lbs. 

A ton is 2,000 pounds. 

When any article is too bulky to put in a box cur. it shall be sub- 
ject to a special contract. 





30.000 lbs 


to 


a 




30.000 lbs. 




450 lbs. 




350 lbs. 




530 lbs. 




450 lbs. 




2.600 lbs. 



120 

Rules and Regulations Governing the Trans- 
portation of Live Stock. 

The weights given below nre estimated and not actual, and are 
Used simply to get the rating on live stock. (To illustrate: One 
horse, mule or horned animal is estimated at the same rate as 2,000 
pounds of any kind of second-class freight at owner's risk.) 

ESTIMATED WEIGHTS. 

< Mm- hone, mule or horned animal, except as specified be- 
low 2,000 lbs. 

Two horses, mules or horned animals, except as specified 
below, in the same car and from the same ship]>er to the 
same consignee 3,500 lbs. 

Each additional horse, mule or horned animal, except as 
specified below, in the same car and from the same ship- 
per to the same consignee 1,000 lbs. 

Stallions, jacks and bulls, each 3,000 lbs. 

Each cow and calf, together. . . . 2,500 lbs. 

Each mare and foal, together 2,500 lbs. 

Colts under one year old, except stallions 1,000 lbs. 

Cattle under one year old. except bulls 1,000 lbs. 

Hogs for market, loose, each 350 lbs. 

Stock hogs (i. e. for feeding), loose 125 lbs, 

Sheep, loose, each 175 lbs. 

Sheep, loose, in lots of five or more, each 150 lbs. 

Lambs, loose, each 100 lbs. 

I.jimlis. loose, in lots of five or more, each 76 lbs. 

Calves, loose, each . ......... 175 lbs. 

Calves, loose, in lots of five or more, each 150 lbs. 

In no case shall the charge for less than a carload of live stock 

exceed the charge for a carload. 

MIXED SHIPMENTS. 

The rates on live stock, as classified in this Exception Sheet, are 
ba>ed on the following valuations: 

EACH. 

Horses and mules, not over . . $ 75 00 

Horned cattle, not over 30 00 

Stallions, jacks and bulls, not over 150 00 

Lambs, calves, hogs or sheep, not over 5 00 

Mare and colt, together, not over 100 00 

Cow and calf, together, not over 35 00 

Mixed shipment of cattle, hogs, lambs, etc., will be taken in car- 
loads at carload rates for cattle, but carriers will be released from 



121 

damage to animals caused by their own acts, or to each other, and 
from escape if not haltered, suffocation, exhaustion from heat or 
cold. 



Rules of Practice in Cases and Proceedings 
Before the Commission. 



ADOPTED FEBRUARY 24, 1898. 



PUBLIC SESSIONS. 

1. The general sessions of the Commission for the hearing of 
contested cases will be held at its office in Tallahassee, Florida, on 
such days and at such hours as the Commission may designate . Ses- 
sions for receiving, considering and acting upon complaints, peti- 
tions and other communications, and also for considering and acting 
upon any business of the Commission other than the hearing of con- 
tested cases, may be taken up and disposed of at any time that a 
quorum of the Commission may be present at its office aforesaid. 

SPECIAL SESSIONS. 

2. Special sessions may be held at other places when in the judg- 
ment of the Commission the public interests require it, and such 
regulations therefor as may be necessary will be made by the Com- 
mission. 

PARTIES. 

3. Where a complaint concerns anything done or omitted to be 
done by only a single carrier no other carrier need be made a party , 
but if it relates to joint tariffs, or matters in which two or more car- 
riers doing business under a common control, management or arrange- 
ment for a continuous carriage or shipment, are interested, all the 
carriers constituting such line must be made parties A complaint 
may embrace several carriers, or lines of carriers, operated separately, 
in the same proceeding, when the subject-matter of the complaint 
involves substantially the same alleged violation of the law or the 
rules and regulations of the Commission, by the several carriers or 
lines of railroads Persons or carriers not parties may apply by peti- 
tion, in any pending case or proceeding, for leave to intervene and to 
be heard upon the questions involved. 

COMPLAINTS 

4. All complaints made to the Commission must be printed or 
written (or partly printed and partly written) and must plainly and 



122 

distinctly set forth the grounds of complaint. The complainant 
must furnish as many copies of the complaint or petition as there 
may be parties complained against to be served, and the Commission 
will cause a copy of the complaint or petition, with notice to satisfy 
or answer the same within a specified time, to be served, personally 
or by mail, in its discretion, upon each carrier or railroad complained 
against. 

ANSWERS. 

5. A carrier complained against must answer within ten days 
from the date of the notice above provided for, but the Commission 
may in a purticular case require the answer to be filed within a 
shorter time. The. time prescribed in any case may be extended, 
upon good cause shown, by special order of the Commission. The 
original answer must be filed with the secretary of the Commission 
at its office in Tallahassee, and a copy of the same, at the time of 
filing, be furnished the secretary for the complainant. The answer 
must admit or deny the material allegations of the complaint or peti- 
tion, and may set forth any additional facts claimed to be material to 
the issue. If a carrier complained against shall make satisfaction 
before answering, n written acknowledgment thereof, showing the 
character and extent of the satisfaction given, must be tiled by the 
complainant, and in that case the fact and manner of satisfaction 
without other matter, may be set forth in the answer. If satisfaction 
be made after the filing and service of an answer, such written 
acknowledgment must also lie filed by the complainant and a supple- 
mental answer setting forth the fact and manner of satisfaction must 
he filed by the carrier. The filing of an answer, however, will not be 
deemed an admission of the sufficiency of the complaint or petition, 
but a motion to dismiss for insufficiency may be made at the hearing. 

SERVICE OF PAPERS. 

6. Copies ol" notices or other papers must be served upon the 
adverse parties, personally or by mail ; and when any party has 
appeared by attorney, service upon such attorney sluill be deemed 
proper service upon the party. 

AMENDMENTS. 

7. Upon application of any party, amendments to any complaint 
or petition or answer, in any proceeding or investigation, may be 
allowed by the Commission in its discretion. 

AD.IOUHNMEMT AND EXTENSION OF TIME. 

8. Adjournment and extension of time may be granted upon the 
application of any party in the discretion of the Commission. 



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123 
STIPULATIONS. 

9. Parties to cases and proceedings before the Commission may, 
by stipulation in writing filed with the secretary, agree upon the 
facts, or any portion thereof involved in the controversy, which stipu- 
lation shall be regarded and used as evidence on the hearing. It is 
desirable that the facts be thus agreed upon whenever practicable. 

HEARINGS. 

10. Upon issue being joined the Commission will assign a time 
and place for hearing the case, which will be at its office in Talla- 
hassee, unless otherwise ordered. Witnesses will be examined orally 
before the Commission and their testimony taken down and filed in 
the case, unless the facts l>e agreed upon as provided for in those 
rules. The complainant or petitioner must in all cases establish the 
facts alleged to constitute a violation of the law, unless the carrier 
complained against admits the same or fails to answer the complaint 
or petition. Facts alleged in the answer must also be proved by the 
carrier unless admitted by the petitioner. 

In cases of failure to answer, the Commission will take such proof 
of the facts as may be deemed proper and reasonable and make such 
order thereon as the circumstances of the case may require. 

WITNESSES AMI SUBPlENAS. 

11. Subpoenas requiring the attendance of witnesses will be 
issued by the Commission. Subpoenas for the production of books, 
papers or documents (unless directed to issue by the Commission 
upon its own motion) will only be issued upon application in writing; 
and when it is sought to compel witnesses not parties to the proceed- 
ings, to produce such documentary evidence, the application must be 
sworn to, and must specify, as nearly as may be, the books, papers 
or documents desired and that the same are in |tossession of the 
witness or under his control ; and also by facts stated in said applica- 
tion show that they contain evidence material to the issue. Appli- 
cation to compel a party to the proceedings to produce books, papers 
or documents, need only set forth in a general way the hooks, papers 
or documents desired to be produced, and that the applicant believes 
they will be of service in the determination of the case. 

PRINTING OF PLEADINGS. 

12. For convenience in reading and tiling, it is requested that 
petitions, answers, briefs and other papers of importance be printed 
or type-written whenever practicable, and that only one side of the 
paper be used. 



124 

PROPOSED FINDINGS. 

13. Upon the final submission of the case, each party must pre- 
pare and submit for the consideration of the Commission, proposed 
findings, embracing the material facts and propositions of law 
claimed to be established by the evidence. 

PRACTICE. 

In all cases the Commission will be governed by the practice, 
which obtains in the circuit courts of Florida, so far as the same may 
be applicable. 



Miles of Railroad in Florida. 



RAILROADS 



MILES 



Atlantic, Suwannee River <fc Gulf 

Atlantic, Valdosta & Western 

Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia 

Florida Central & Peninsular 

Florida East Coast 

Florida Midland 

Florida Southern 

Georgia Southern <fc Florida 

Gainesville & Gulf 

Jacksonville & Atlantic 

Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West 

Jacksonville, Mayport, Pablo Railway A Navigation Co. 

Live Oak & Gulf . 

Pensacola .... 

Pensacola & Atlantic . 

Pensacola, Alabama & Tennessee . 

Pensacola & Perdido 

St. Augustine and South Beach 

St. Johns & Lake Eustis 

Sanford & St. Petersburg 

Savannah, Florida & Western 

Silver Springs, Ocala & Gulf 

Ta vares & Gulf . 

Winston A Bone Valley . 

Tampa & Thonotosassa 

Yellow River 

Southwestern Railway of Florida ... ... 



36 00 

19. 00 

50.00 

698.82 

412.17 

44.00 

248.58 

116.00 

26.00 

16 75 

197.27 

16.27 

18.00 

44.40 

160 14 

15.3 

8.00 

3.33 

38.16 

153.04 

449.00 

65 33 

34 5 

29.63 

13.23 

30.91 

33.5 



Total 



2,987.33 



%: 



Financial Statement— Funded Debt. 



KlILKOtllS 



i'U'itu, stock 



! I MH.li Mill 



mil, 



liles Cot 
t^rcd by 

Figures 



imn m i'i:i; 

me of i m 



Atlimiii', Suwjuiiiee Kiver & Gulf. 
Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia 
Florida Central & Peninsular 

Florida East Coast 

Florida Midland...* 

Florida Southern 

Gainesville & Gulf 

Georgia Southern & Florida . 
Jacksonville & Atlantic 
Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West. 

Live Oak &Gulf 

l'ensacola 

l'ensacola & Atlantic 

l'ensacola, Alabama & Tennessee 

l'ensacola & Perdido 

St. Augustine & South Beach 

St. Johns & Lake Eustis 

Sanford A St_ Petersburg 

Savannah, Florida A Western 

Silver Springs, Ocala A Gulf 

Tampa & Thonotosassa 

Tavarea A Gulf 

Winston & Bone Valley — 

Yellow River 



f 250,000 00 
1,000,000 00 

24,500,000 00 
1,000,000 00 



1,725,000 00 

154,000 00 

2,768,000 00 

25,000 00 

3,010,000 00 

300,000 00 



10,000 00 

125,000 00 

30,000 00 



9,412,900 00 
1,500,000 00 
. . . . none 



30,000 00 



* 200,000 00 

500,000 00 

7,882,383 09 

Not adjusted 
4,241,000 00 

36,000 00 ' 

3.611,000 00 

50,000 00 

4,008,000 00 

100,<XX) 00 

580,000 00 

2,794,000 00 

300,600 00 

ir>u.(*«i (hi 

37,000 00 

Not adjusted 

Not adjusted 

13,586,000 00 

1,120,000 00 

. . . none .... 

. .No report 



.Norepurl 



460,000 on 

1,500,000 00 

82^382,888 00 

1,000,000 00 

5,966,000 00 
190,000 00 

0,379,000 00 
75,000 00 

7,018,000 00 
100,000 03 
880,000 00 

2,794,000 iKi 

310,600 00 

275,000 00 

67,000 00 



22,998,000 00 
2,620,000 OO 
. . none 



36 

60 
805 73 
412.17 



248 58 



285 

18.75 
200.99 
18 

44.40 

160.11 

15.3 

9.6 

3.33 



449 

76.08 
13.23 



30,000 O0 . 29.63 



*18,000 00 

30,000 00 

40,190 12 

2,426 18 



24,000 00 



22,382 00 
4,477 61 
34,917 00 
5,555 55 
19,819 00 
17,447 00 
20,300 65 
28,645 80 
20,100 00 



26,883 77 
34,896 00 



1,012 49 



8 




Financial Statement, Ctd. — Income From Operation. 



RAILROAD 



Atlantic. Suwannee River & Gulf. . 
Cnrrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia. 

Florida Central & Peninsular 

Florida East Coast 

Florida Midland 

Florida Southern 

Gainesville & Gulf 

Georgia Southern & Florida 

•Jacksonville & Atlantic 

JackHonnllle, Tampa & Key West . 

*LiveOak& Gulf 

Pensacola 

•Pensacola, Alabama & Tennessee. 

Pensacola & Atlantic 

•Pensacola & Perdido 

St. Augustine & South Beach 

St. Johns & Lake Eustis 

Sanford & St. Petersburg 

Savannah, Florida & Western 

Silver Springs. Ooala & Gulf 

Tampa & Thonotesassa 

Tavares & Gulf 

Winston and Bone Valley 

Yellow River 



liross 
Earnings 



Operating 
Expenses 



Earnings 

from 
Operation 



Deficit 



Gross Operatl'g Net 



uross operatig net nnw»iln» 
Earnings Expenses Karni'gs Ri»dm 
Per Mil.- Per Mile Per Mile '°Oro- 



Total . 



41.086 37 S 

87,848 47l 

,443,304 871 

808,942 87' 

8,116 80 

300,070 33 

15,099 07 
■"W.I Hi 68 

18,189 91 
292,782 09 

11,636 88.. 
892,008 78 

33,874 45! 
372,210 (II 

12,804 58 



30,878 08 S 

48.841) 00 . . . 
,014.190 58 
587,923 40 
4,840 53 
353,778 09 . . . 

88,574 75 
559,794 58 

12.803 08 
885,981 84 



11,707 19. 



489,118 85. 

816.018 09 . 

1,789 98. 

88,48488. 

.302.388 II . 

865 93. 

8,740 85 . 



44,107 70 



365.084 37 . 

9.878 74 
407,484 81 
13,340 00 . 



14,071 71 . 
04.732 30 . 



$ 1,049 03$ 

10,895 IS 740 90 

8,091 87 

1,950 48 

70 88 

1,845 76 
1.700 21) 
3,081 07 
783 87 
1,884 84 
045 x;. 
6,576 06 
1.500 43 

2,:K4 :k 

1,008 07 



750 IBS 

004 87.. 
1.480 93 
1,488 88 

110 15 
1,423 20.. 

868 86 
1,004 )9 

732 17 
1,885 71 



802 es 



081 04 
524 HO 
39 38 



900 94 

1.C00 78 

51 70 

89 18 



78.11 

1,200.17 
68.92 
78.18 
155.50 
114.84 
49.00 
84.93 
03.40 
97.70 



78.080 I 



it;. 53 



H,222 08 

600 00 954 80 
1,980 10 401 28 
1,M7 50 



185.08 — 
38.88 g 
82.01 

108.54 



15,458 07 

88.307 7ii 

746.870 13 

170.798 78 

6,688 98 



37,800 02 . 
111,536 30. 
.298,402 04 

87,104 58 
7,798 29. 



448,877 49 . 
89.028 20. 



81,900 
29,888 90; 

I 

"V, 104 'si 



317 98 

587 88 

3,730 30 

8,354 73 

501 44 



788 57 

788 81 

2,778 89 957 50 
1,100 90 1,198 77 

589 44 



84.17 

135.51 
74.00 
49.80 

117.55 



174 19.96199 10,078 76 1,887 66 078 71 003 95 



50.30 



86,688,012 81 $5,177,870 85 81,088,405 22 $140,858 38$35.I93,09$80,008 4787,004 88 



•Estimated from figures filed in this office. 



Average gross earnings per mile 82.23) 24 

Average operating expenses per mile $1,788 58 

Average net earnings per mile $ 470 00 

Percentage operating expenses to gross earnings 78 06 



• 






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Expense Account. 



stationery *163 65 

Postage 64 70 

Furniture 294 75 

Printing . 459 20 

Telegraph and Transportation 66 28 

Railroad Fare (incurred while holding special sessions 
throughout the State and traveling at various inter- 
vals on Commission business) 403 19 

General Expenses, including office janitor, fuel, lights, etc. 204 91 



Total * 1,656 68